Building understanding and tolerance in a divided society

Our Friend Oliver Robertson, previously a member of our Area Meeting and now Head of Worship & Witness for Quakers in Britain (BYM), has written a helpful blog article about living with difference.

You can access it here but the final paragraph reads:
“Relationships are made between people, not with our mirror images. To live alongside other people is to live with difference, and by showing that we can understand and tolerate others we can begin to breathe into being the world we want to see.”

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