Pages tagged with Tolerance

Last night, I watched an old Clint Eastwood movie called "Kelly's Heroes" about a World War II bank caper. Yes, it was a movie about a bank robbery, I do not care about what Clint Eastwood's lead character Lieutenant Tom Kelly said about it being "a private capitalist venture operatio...
India is also known as Hindustan and as a Hindu nation they have now completely banned beef.
In every life adversity is encountered at some point in time. It is important to have a high tolerance for ambiguity or lack of clarity. Sometimes we follow instructions that we thought were given but learn much later ~ after the adversity ~ that the exact opposite was true.
Family, some people love family, some people hate family. Some people feel nothing for family and go totally introvert. Some extrovert themselves too much and act like it is the best thing in the world. Well, this article and series of sections humorously and generously talks about ge...
Reality, everyone lives in it. But, not everyone can equally deal with it. To get better at living is to deal with reality. Everyone may not be able to deal with it equally, but, anyone, even the "worst off of us" can improve ourselves. I will show how. In this series of short, to the...
We are no closer to understanding the mysteries of creation despite the scientific progress. Our society is polarized as it was right from the beginning; we are compartmentalized in every way despite sharing the very essentials for our existence. Unraveling the mysteries of creation c...
I am a Black woman of Caribbean descent. I was born in South London and have lived a large part of my life in London, apart from 6 years in W. Germany. Last year I finally put pen to paper to express my feelings about the racism and prejudice that I have experienced, due to the colour...
We are open and tolerant towards people, when we allow ourselves to see them with a greater love, and with more understanding. This article talks about tolerance and intolerance in a few different ways. Firstly from a poetical view, then more from the scholarly perspective. The a...
The place of love in a family setting is like an engine without a lubricating oil. Love is a lubricant that steers the family together. Read this article and get filled with the lubricant.
Diversity is a popular yet important element in all aspects of American society. Diversity covers all aspects of race relations, politics, all school and university settings, religious beliefs, tastes in culture, including art, music, and literature. And because our society is diverse...
E.M.Forster was a celebrated British literary figure who knew deep about the philosophy of the East. He made three visits to India and became familiar with the Hindu, Muslim and Anglo-Indian visions in India. His famous novel A Passage To India was made into a movie by David Lean. In ...
The relationship, or lack of relationship, between religion and morality
A man in the United Kingdom walked out of a pub and heard a racist slur hurled at him by a homeless man in the street. Instead of responding negatively, he engaged in an act of selfless love, teaching his abuser a lesson he is unlikely to forget.
Under the Bridge - by Jeannie Meekins (2013) - Children's Novel E-Book approximately 40 pages Under the Bridge is a beautifully written and illustrated tale of two friends who teach each other that how others perceive them is not how they must perceive themselves. Highly recommended ...
Nine eleven brings sad memories of a shocking attack. The haunting memories of 9/11 terrorist attack, that occurred twelve years ago, are still torturing the world. A call that echoed in America 120 years ago called for a universal brotherhood that should end all bloodshed and terrori...
It seems today in free countries, especially in the U.S.A. religion has been coming under heavy attack. Here I’ll explain a few things about religion, the good it does for a person and how even none believers should feel about them.
I have, occasionally, been called by a name not my own and it caused me to wonder about misnaming and misjudging. So this piece came from those thoughts.
Have you ever noticed how intolerant those are who preach tolerance? They are the biggest hypocrites in the land at the moment!
What do you Believe In? Are you one of those who will defend your beliefs till your death? Or are you simply a member of the silent majority by whom ignorance ensures good ideas never win? With tolerance at an all time low this leaves he world with quite a challenge about ideologies.
It talks about how online writing has become a new form of journalism. It has become the main source of livelihood for some people and the advice that are meted out to freelancers to enable them make enough money online.
A few days ago the International Day of Tolerance was observed as an annual ceremony. The world needs tolerance and nonviolence greatly at this hour. The UN has called for this day across the globe as an attempt for the dawn of global peace. But what is the position of tolerance in th...
I am gray, and I would contend that being gray is not being weak. I refuse to go along mainstream ideas that people had to be either on the right or on the left, black or white, and that anything in between is evil or mediocre. This idea is the cause why our world is full of hatred, ...
What is the level of human tolerance? There are startling forbearances in nature. More than warm…
We have less time to reflect on the values that held us together as we race ahead in Science and Technology. But basic values are eternal and we ignore them at our peril. Human species is the most vulnerable and we depend on fine balance to survive.
I am a coloring pen that paints the life of others, but I can’t paint myself. I am blind in this world of artificial colors. I live in a world of spiritual colors that colorize the inner selves of others. I have only one color that is chosen for me, but I can’t change it. This is ...
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