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Today’s world is more interconnected than ever, with different groups of people coexisting in shared spaces, whether physically or online. In such a mix of peoples, “fault-lines develop over social, cultural, racial, religious and economic differences1”, and divisions can quickly form between groups, even escalating to conflicts.
In a multicultural nation like Singapore, “it is all the more important for us as a society to treat one another with kindness, empathy and respect1, ” especially if we are to maintain harmony as one united people.
In the words of Dr William Wan, the General Secretary of the Singapore Kindness Movement, “Empathy for your fellow human being, no matter how bad that person, is a large part of what makes us humans2.”
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