What is intolerance and identify its forms? How best to come out of it all?

Reblogged by permission

This post is rather lengthy, but well worth reading.  Authored by Harbans, a gentleman author from India, I could not help but find many correlations to the situation(s) that we currently see within the United States.  The media is reacting to incite, rather than to calm the waters of discontent and malcontent within our nations.  There is much more to be gleaned by this eloquent outline.  Again, I do hope you will take the time to read this. Please drop a line to the author and offer your thoughts.  I’m quite sure he would appreciate any/all feedback.


What is intolerance and identify its forms? How best to come out of it all? Intolerance is supposed to have taken place when we do not accept others’ point of view or belief, are not in sync with others’ sensitivities or habits which are different to that of ours, etc. This intolerance could be due […]



~ by coffeegrounded on November 4, 2015.

9 Responses to “What is intolerance and identify its forms? How best to come out of it all?”

  1. Thank you dear, I have visited and read and also I shared my thoughts too. Have a nice day, Love, nia

  2. Great to read such a post ..
    Thanks for sharing!!

  3. I left a message on the original site, but I’ll just say here too that I agree that respect for others is definitely the way to end intolerance.

    • Thank you for your comments. I’m currently watching the horror of the Paris attacks. It saddens me greatly that there are people who are unwilling to come together to work toward peace. We are all worthy of being heard. We don’t have to agree, but we need to listen and offer love as our guiding light on our path to understanding differences.

    • Yes, the timing of the post is tragically appropriate. Really, there is no excuse for such hatred.

    • There is no excuse, absolutely none.

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