What is a tolerant person? How is tolerance defined? Is tolerance the same as acceptance? Does it imply condoning? Where does judgement fit into the tolerance equation?
Are you a tolerant person? What is a tolerant person? Does tolerance change when something becomes close and personal instead of abstract and distant? Personal instead of philosophical?
Is it possible to be emotionally opposed to something and still be tolerant of its existence?
“Tolerance implies no lack of commitment to one’s own beliefs. Rather it condemns the oppression or persecution of others”–John F Kennedy
Is intolerance a byproduct of trying to label or categorize something or someone? Which is harder to learn tolerance or intolerance? Which is harder to change?
Does it seem like the world is trending toward intolerance, especially in religion and politics?
Does intolerance toward someone produce an intolerant response? Can a tolerant person set boundaries for tolerance in certain areas without becoming intolerant?
Is there a connection between happiness and tolerance?
Do you consider yourself to be a mostly tolerant person? Tolerant or intolerant, are there situations that challenge your tolerance? Do intolerant people test your tolerance? Do you consider tolerance to be a conscious or subconscious process? Do you desire to be more tolerant? Do you think you may be too tolerant?