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The True Meaning of Passover: Celebrating Freedom and Tolerance

Tolerance

April 2, 2021

The True Meaning of Passover: Celebrating Freedom and Tolerance

In this season of Passover, Jews around the world celebrate freedom from bondage, a never-before-or-since historical occurrence...

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Celluloid, Cigarettes and Religion

Tolerance

December 10, 2020

Celluloid, Cigarettes and Religion

It was the early 90s and we were sitting in a dingy film editing room in Encino, California. I looked over at Steve, who’d...

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International Day of Tolerance—Why It’s Worth Celebrating

Tolerance

November 16, 2020

International Day of Tolerance—Why It’s Worth Celebrating

The idea that one group has a monopoly on the truth has been proven false time and time again. We are each shaped by the uniqueness...

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Why Scientology Is Nonpolitical

Tolerance

November 4, 2020

Why Scientology Is Nonpolitical

That date was June 14, 1965. Years before I was born and many years before I became a Scientologist, on that day Scientology...

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Religion in the Workplace: How Diversity Creates Better Cultures

Religious Literacy

June 13, 2019

Religion in the Workplace: How Diversity Creates Better Cultures

After I’d been working there for a few days, the CEO called me into his office and said “You know, I really admired the...

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How to See People for Who They Really Are

Tolerance

July 25, 2018

How to See People for Who They Really Are

This lawyer wanted my friend to make a generalization about two groups of people rather than allow her to judge the case by...

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Increased Tolerance: The Apple Pie Method

Tolerance

December 3, 2017

Increased Tolerance: The Apple Pie Method

One day when I was a kid, my mom brought an apple pie home from the bakery. This was a rare occurrence in our sugar-rationed...

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