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NELSON MANDELA

INCLUSION & RESPECT
Who will be thankful for you—for your understanding, tolerance, magnanimity, equanimity, inclusion?
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Too often, man has seen rebellion as simply the opportunity to “do unto others as you believe they have done unto you.” Such rebellion strikes the wrong target. The real enemy is not other men.
TOLERANCE
Like these words from the late Nelson Mandela: “We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference.”
TOLERANCE
His English name was Nelson Mandela, but at birth his mother had named him Rolihlahla, which meant “troublemaker” in his native Xhosa tongue.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
It has been said that if one person told someone about something, and then the next day that second person told someone else, and then they each told someone else—just one person sharing that thing with another person every day—then within six years every person in the world would know about it.