The ‘tolerant’ should practice it
It’s regrettable that recent appeals for tolerance have resulted in the opposite.
I think that most people, regardless of where they stand on religion, are good people who have the capacity for love, compassion and tolerance.
Recognizing our common humanity and being respectful of our individual differences are rational alternatives to divisiveness and injustice.
You may not need religion to be good, but I hope you can be accepting of those who do.
Linda Whittaker, via email