Tolerance is born when we learn to truly see and know someone—not from our own perspective or experience, but from theirs. When you take a moment to try on someone else’s shoes and take a walk around their block, you can start to see their value—and you will inevitably start to care for them; you will at the very least be tolerant of them. And when you can do this for others, they will graciously return the favor. So, swap shoes and learn something about someone else.
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