Days like the International Day for Tolerance 2021 are especially important today when intolerance and violence are on the rise everywhere. This particular day is dedicated to encouraging tolerance and understanding amongst cultures, communities, and individuals, as the name suggests.
On November 16, 1996, the United Nations General Assembly declared November 16 to be International Day of Tolerance. Since then, the special day has been honored annually on the same date. This day was designated by UNESCO to increase public awareness about the consequences of growing intolerance.
This International day for tolerance, let us share some quotes and messages to communicate how important it is for people to restore tolerance for the sake of humanity.
“It is a day that reminds us that our enemy is the best teacher that teaches us the most valuable lessons of life. Stay tolerant, Stay calm!”
“Being tolerant is all about how you treat and lead other people. Be your teacher and cultivate the habit of tolerance.”
“If you can tolerate then you can surely contribute towards peace in some way. We all must practice intolerance for a better world. Happy International Tolerance Day.”
“Respect those who tolerate the weak because those individuals are the strongest. Wishing you all a great day of Intolerance and peace.”
“Let us come together and adopt the approach of living together in peace, encourage tolerance and cooperation, and fill lives with prosperity.”
“We already have enough intolerant people in this world and what we need now are the people who are more tolerant. Wishing a very Happy International Tolerance Day to all.”
“This world would be a much better place to live in if all of us could be a little more tolerant in our lives. Warm wishes on International Tolerance Day.”
“Never consider a man who tolerates weak because he is the strongest of all and we must respect him. Wishing a very Happy International Tolerance Day.”
“A little tolerance from both the sides can smoothen relationships in good ways. Warm wishes on International Tolerance Day to everyone. Let us learn to be more tolerant.”