I used to see ads for an organization that promoted the motto, "teach tolerance." At first thought you would think that would be a good thing, and I suppose it is. But when you step back and think about it, that's really setting the bar pretty low.
But I think we can move up a level further. How about "inclusive"? When I wrote about my experience with Bishop Shimpfky after his passing, Fr. Phil responded that in his experience "Richard was wonderfully inclusive."
Ah, to be wonderfully inclusive. To me that is an admirable goal. And given the prejudices and biases that I find popping up in my head all too often, something of a challenge.
Well worth striving for, nonetheless.