Our last meeting with Mr. Kikia came to a close with many questions and interest on the topic developed with our young people, so this time it was treated in the form of discussion where each of the young people was given the opportunity to express their critical thinking.
In our society we expose as a great value religious tolerance. This has made us enjoy a kind of social peace in this sense, but are we as tolerant as humans? If we look at it only in this aspect then the answer is yes, but if we look at it in some other dimensions of social life, we have to accept that tolerance does not extend far beyond this field.
In the continuation of this session we realized the importance of accepting each other and in political beliefs, which nowadays is a deeply divisive phenomenon in our society.
We learned the importance of society being united not just by thinking alike, but to be united in the human aspect, with individuality of thoughts, attitudes, political beliefs, religion and so on. But let us not condition any kind of relationship with each other in relation to political conviction. And in the same way let us not accept that due to personal political convictions we condition the relations with the state and the government. There is no state inclined to give maximum freedom of speech, of the media, and if we do not ask for it we do not get it. We must find the courage and the will to say our word, to defend our right, and to be determined to carry it to the end when we think it is absolutely right.