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Tolerance is the virtue of a civilized age. It is the virtue that helps us to put up with those, who have different ways and opinions, and outlook on life.
It enables us to see always the other side of things, to suffer fools with patience, fanatics without losing out temper. In earlier days difference in religion led to prosecution; difference in politics created bad blood, and difference in opinions ended in blows. This is intolerance, the refusal to be just and fair-minded.
How many thousands of men and women in Europe were burnt to death for religious differences? The Crusades of the middle Ages bear out this fact. A whole community might be massacred in the name of God. Even today, purges for political opinions have not been banished from society. All this intolerance comes from bigotry, narrowness and blind self-conceit.
It is the result of dogmatism, a belief that there is only one attitude that is right. But as education has spread, the spirit of reason has tended to prevail and the vice of intolerance has fairly diminished. It fact, with the passage of years we are becoming more ready to recognize the possibility of views other than our own.
We look upon tolerance as a mark of education and superior culture of ethics of the polite society. After all, the world has not been set to one pattern, nor have men been shaped in a single mould. Difference, in environment or conditions of life, causes difference in temperament and opinion.
Historical evolution has led to diversities in outlook.
Heredity is also a factor not to be over-looked. Each distinctive outlook has its own background. A cultured person takes these into account, makes allowance for them and is ready to make concessions and compromise.
Without this broad-mindedness, energy will be wasted in futile arguments.
In this long run, mere passion never leads to any good nor solves any problem; passion has to be controlled and disciplined by reason and tolerance.In this package we examine how GE undertook the massive task of transitioning from a classic conglomerate to a global technology-driven company.
The thunder-and-lightning example seems like a bad comparison for this kind of situation, in that the false claim is (1) easily observable to be untrue, and (2) utterly useless to the society that propagates it.
I originally introduced the term “orthorexia” in the article below, published in the October issue of Yoga Journal. Some of the things I said in the article are no longer true of . The "Place of Tolerance in Islam" is a SERIOUSLY underrated book on the issues facing contemporary Islam. The book takes on the form of a series of essays written by a diversity of authors tackling the vital questions: "Why is the Islamic community witnessing an emergence of extremism today?".
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