What does it take to be a good citizen these days?
Neighborliness? Good works? Civility? Helping others? Getting involved? Giving? Tolerance?
I think the requirement has never changed: Love. We must be willing to put the needs of others above our own. Giving money to homeless, serving in soup kitchens, helping a neighbor move without compensation, allowing someone to pull into traffic... things like this make the world a better place.
"Tolerance", however, has a negative impact on society. Tolerance today means looking the other way when wickedness grows. People are afraid of the opinions of others when they decline to state that things like homosexuality, adultery, and abortion are wrong.
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