Living together in peace is accepting differences in cultures and having the ability to listen to, recognize, respect and appreciate others, to live peacefully.
In 2017, the United Nations declared 16 May the International Day of Living Together in Peace, to promote tolerance, inclusion, understanding, and solidarity across the world.
Even with the many habits that divide us, there is common ground in which all people stand. Right now, amid a global pandemic, we know this more than ever to be true.
In the end, we all want the same things: food, shelter, safety and prosperity of our communities. This is only possible if we make room for one another‘s ways of life.
Ask yourself want can you do to be more inclusive?
Source: Estoril Conferences
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