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TOLERANCE
Once upon a time, when stars and sunsets were still in fashion and the world had not yet lost its glow of fresh wonder, there lived a Princess. A wondrous, one-of-a-kind Princess she was: Princess of All Things You Can Neither See Nor Touch.
TOLERANCE
I spent three days living as though in the future—where we can live our own faith, and respectfully allow others the same right, where students and mothers and artists of many cultures all share the same visions.
TOLERANCE
A society worth living in is one in which religious tolerance is alive and well. Let us then make conscious efforts to be more tolerant of those whose beliefs are different from ours, and trust in them to do likewise.
TOLERANCE
Astounding but true! According to multiple studies, upwards of 12 million Americans, or 4 percent of the population, believe that the world is secretly run by shape-shifting lizards from outer space! That’s more than the total population of U.S. Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Mormons, and millions more than the 4-8 million estimated U.S. Jewish population.
TOLERANCE
There’s a beautiful word that represents a concept, a viewpoint, a way of looking at things. I’ve been growing grey waiting for the world to pick up a Scientology book and learn this word and, I recently decided, I shall wait no longer.
TOLERANCE
Why do we still see war, poverty, religious intolerance, persecution, political upheaval, civil conflict, human trafficking, crime, and illiteracy?
TOLERANCE
One would think, in this new epoch of hyper-sensitivity, that casual slurs about a stranger’s religion would be “so last century.” Not so much. I’m an actor, and a big part of my life is auditioning for casting directors in the LA area.
TOLERANCE
In the Galileo museum in Florence, Italy, carefully and lovingly preserved by his admirers in an ornate and gilded glass bubble, is the middle finger of Galileo, the 16 th century scientist and mathematician whose research and writings propelled science and discovery into its present day form.
TOLERANCE
For me, this is the spirit of Christmas. It was how I was raised. Giving help to those less fortunate. Brightening the days of those around me. Lifting the spirits of those not doing as well as they’d like to because of whatever challenges they face.
TOLERANCE
The Winter Solstice itself is something that nearly all humanity and all life on this planet has in common. The point of renewal. The end of one climate cycle and the beginning of another, which humans experience with all other living creatures. The common experience goes back millions of years. It’s something that’s in us all and it runs deep.