Coexistence

“God has given us many faiths but only one world in which to co-exist. May your work help all of us to cherish our commonalities and feel enlarged by our differences.”
– Jonathan Sacks

COEXISTENCE
— co·ex·is·tence intransitive verb
1: to exist together or at the same time
2: the act or state of coexisting
3: to live peacefully with each other especially as a matter of policy
4: a policy of living cooperatively with other nations, cultures, religions, etc., despite fundamental differences and/or disagreements
— co·ex·is·tence noun
— co·ex·is·tent adjective

First Known Use of the word was in 1667.
Synonyms include: harmony, peace, accord, accompany, coincide, concur, co-occur, conformity, conjunction, synchronize

“Much of the vitality in a friendship lies in the honoring of differences, not simply in the enjoyment of similarities.” – James Fredericks

“It’s the failure to see this planet as a single entity that causes so much pain so many times. You cannot attack one part of the world without it affecting the whole earth, the whole body. Attacking other cultures, other nations, is a self-destructive act. It always comes back on you in some way.” ― Gorillaz, Gorillaz:Rise of the Ogre

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Coexistence

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