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Response to longship (Reply #10)

Tue Feb 10, 2015, 12:49 PM

11. Yes, respect is what it is about.

I have a good friend who keeps kosher. I have learned a great deal from him and I respect his beliefs in this area, even though they do not make sense to me personally.

I have also had friends who wore burkas and turbans, who would never work from sundown friday to sundown saturday and those that prayed at what I thought were very inconvenient times. Some I know are deeply offended by profanity, others by drunkenness.

Even when their beliefs inconvenienced me, I was not harmed by them and I respected their rights.

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