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Tolerance for Inner Peace

Tolerance for Inner Peace

A collaboration with @america Jakarta

This discussion was held on Tuesday, March 21st 2024


Pdt. Florian M. P. Simatupang, Ph.D

Lead Pastor at Christ the King Church

Ustadz Oji Fahruroji

Member of the First Circle



Ahmad Fathoni A.

Project and Research Officer of 1000 Abrahamic Circles Project


Talking Points

  • Tolerance and its contribution to inner peace in a more diverse world

  • How different religions promote similar values such as compassion, forgiveness, and gratitude, and how these can be contributors to inner peace

  • The role of religious communities is to provide a sense of belonging and support, which can be crucial for individual well-being.

  • Religious traditions and approaches to the concept of peace

  • Tolerance as a source of hope, purpose, and meaning in the face of challenges, a source of inner peace



  • Knowledge of practices and tools that contribute to inner peace

  • Understanding the correlation between tolerance and inner peace

  • Conversations of finding inner peace that are widely discussed by youth

  • Increased knowledge and chance to share experiences and perspectives on finding peace

  • Opportunity for dialogue about the way each religion defines peace, and how tolerance plays a big role in finding inner peace

  • Encouragement for the audience to be the agent of change for a more diverse world


Language: Indonesia


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