"As a Baha'i, one of the most important, if not the most important, principles for me is unity.... Imagine what our world would look like if our justice systems were built on the fact that we are all one."
"...Those who live on the margins, those who have been cast aside, so easily dismissed or demeaned. Those are our neighbors."
"We're all in the same storm, but we're not all in the same boat."
"When we recognize the truth in another person, we work to ennoble it."
"My faith teaches me that I cannot be a true Muslim unless I share comfort, have mercy to all people despite race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation..."
"Our ministry is a ministry of creating meaning out of chaos for people."
"It has been said in an African proverb, that I am because you are. It is the understanding that as communal social beings... we are to care for one another."
"To be really intentional about loving those who are different from us is a radical love."
"Your neighbor is anyone that you engage with in some form, whether it is social or professional or faith-based. If you engage with another human being, then it's your neighbor."
"My neighbors also include strangers, people I've never met, people who may be very different from me..."
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