Avoid Religious fanaticism to gain mutual trust and respect

Don’t let our-selves become religious fanatic

  1. Extremism is always bad. Islam teaches us to practice moderation.
  2. Acting extremely is always bad, especially in religious matters.
  3. Buddha also advised the followers to choose the moderate, middle path.
  4. Siddhartha (563-483 BC) followed the extreme path for many years in meditating but could not get enlightenment until he changed to the moderate path.

Mutual trust is important

  1. We must try to understand the other faiths.
  2. If we have no interest, we cannot know others’ feelings.
  3. Only if we know and understand the others, we will have a faith and trust.
  4. From that we could sow and grow tolerance.
  5. Stop pointing fingers, finding faults regarding the past mistakes.
  6. Whether right or wrong, forget the past and try to forgive others.

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