Zara Granger
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What ever happened to humility? Once valued in our culture, humility just isn’t practiced at all. Instead, we have a self-centered, chest-thumping, braggadocios, pat yourself on the back generation with an exaggerated self-importance.

What ever happened to humility? Once valued in our culture, humility just isn’t practiced at all. Instead, we have a self-centered, pat yourself on the back generation with an exaggerated sense of self-importance.

Give Our Class a Hand—Celebrate Diversity Banner lesson plan

The Crayon Box that Talked lesson Plan: Give Our Class a Hand—Celebrate Diversity Banner lesson plan

I hope to open a café someday. I want this sign displayed on the door or window.

lgbt-equality-for-everyone: Welcome ALL [A sign reads, ‘WELCOME. All sizes. All colors. All ages. All cultures. All sexes. All beliefs. All religions. All types. All people. SAFE HERE’

The hardest part is being tolerant of things you think are wrong but that to others are right.

Tolerance is almost universally seen as a virtue. But what is true tolerance? Is it possible to have strong opinions in a culture of tolerance? Can you respect a person and not his or her ideas? Here's a space: what do you think?

Community Post: 7 LGBT Issues That Matter More Than Marriage

Human rights perspectives respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it. There are so many beautiful differences that humanity would grow within our collective consciousness if only we could embrace them.