should our society be segregated on the belief in which we select?
for example im a practacing pagen, but i have the utmost respect for others. can we have conversations without coming to aggressive conclusions?
Segregation is never the answer. People should be taught to be tolerant of others. As long as their beliefs don't hurt themselves or others, there is no real reason to be intolerant of them. Diversity enriches life. This is what I believe.
Integrate, don't segregate.
We should all be able to live together, peacefully no matter our beliefs as long as we don't hurt others through that belief. Tolerance is an important aspect of peaceful co-existence. We should all learn it and practise it.
We can agree to disagree peacefully. ))
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