“ Tolerance is a virtue that makes peace possible.”
– We are tolerant when we respect other people`s differences.
– To be tolerant it`s necessary to understand and respect other people.
– In order to be united with our family, friends, and our community we need to be tolerant to understand and learn from our differences.
– We get along better with other people if we are tolerant.
– If we are tolerant we can have more friends.
– When we are tolerant we don`t fight with our family or friends because we understand them.
– We are being tolerant when we don`t get angry if someone takes our favorite toy.
– We are being tolerant when we tell our parents not to get angry with other drivers on the road.
– In a free country like ours we can think and believe in many different things.
– Every family and each person can decide what to believe in and what to think.
– Even if we are not like everybody else, we can learn from them and have fun together.
– Be aware that you can be in the place of that person who is being considered as weird and different.
– Accept other people`s religious, politic, and social beliefs.
– Don`t critize others.
– Don`t discriminate other people who have different abilities from yours.
Playscript The Ugly Duckling
Playscript The Guest of Honor
“Tolerance is the highest result of education”.
Be more humble than a blade of grass, more tolerant than a tree, always offering respect onto others and never expecting any in return”
“We need to promote greater tolerance and understanding among the peoples of the world. Nothing can be more dangerous to our efforts to build peace and development than a world divided along religious, ethnic or cultural lines. In each nation, and among all nations, we must work to promote unity based on our shared humanity.”
“In the practice of tolerance, one’s enemy is the best teacher.”
14th Dalai Lama
“Toleration is the best religion.”
“World peace, like community peace, does not require that each man love his neighbor — it requires only that they live together with mutual tolerance, submitting their disputes to a just and peaceful settlement.”
John F. Kennedy