We must practice tolerance on a daily basis in our small global village. Only from this tedious process on a small scale can grow slowly – over many decades – a new world ethos and can love and harmony flourish in our global village.
Tolerance is not a natural state, but must be established anew everyday and everywhere.
If we do not tend the sensible law of tolerance, it becomes wild and overgrown with the weeds of hatred.
In actual life, we must water and tend the delicate grass of tolerance daily, so that it stays green and grows.
The focus of the ethic of tolerance should be thousands of mosaic-like local grassroots campaigns and positive best practices. These are the local catalysts of good coexistence.
We must get involved actively and promote tolerance and respect for other religions, minorities and races with many small gestures and actions.
We need a new worldwide movement, a tsunami of tolerance.
Existing attempts are not sufficient and are, in terms of effect, weak.
We are only at the very beginning.