Tolerance Demonstrating respect for others who do not share my perspective.
“Developing an attitude of tolerance will enrich your life in many ways. Learning to deal with difficult, disagreeable people can lead to self-discovery and growth. Some things can be tolerated by deciding that they’re not that important and ‘letting it go.’ The issues that you disagree with, are just that – issues – they are only a part of that person.”
Chris Sperry, Executive Director of the HOPE Center of Edmond.
The highest result of education is tolerance.”
March: Enthusiasm-Expressing interest and excitement in what I do.
April: Humility-Recognizing the people and factors that have shaped my life.