“Let us reach out to those in our community who are not of our faith. Let us be good neighbors, kind, and generous and gracious. Let us be involved in good community causes. There may be situations, where, with serious moral issues involved, we cannot bend on matters of principle. But in such instances we can politely disagree without being disagreeable. We can acknowledge the sincerity of those whose positions we cannot accept. We can speak of principles rather than personalities.”–Gordon B. Hinckley

“The word tolerance does not stand alone. It requires an object and a response to qualify it as a virtue…Tolerance is often demanded but seldom returned. Beware of the word tolerance. It is very unstable virtue.”–Boyd K. Packer