Different opinions can lead to a healthy debate and generate better ideas. However, holding strong beliefs can be detrimental to an individual & the society at large. We are all a product of our environment, so finding a common ground with another individual opposite to oneself, is always a good starting point. People will always hold different opinions/beliefs - It's a fact of life.
It can be summed up this way: For every belief that you hold, there's another individual holding the exact opposite. So yes, this can be a bit of problem.
hoya im asking the same question as well
Russia, Scotland, Serbia, England, Khazars -> Golden Horde
bit a both
It can do both. The Muslims and Christians in Africa and the Middle East don't get along, but in Europe and the US they do a better job of it.
Unite Us All was created in 2004.
That the things that unite us as Australians are always more important and more substantial than the things that might from time to time divide us.
join or unite. or multiply ( mathwise)
'Til Death Do Us Unite was created on 1997-02-24.
Well... it did lead to the American Civil War so I'd have to say divide.
yes Hinduism divides Indian Culture
It wasn't the size and the shape of the countries that helped the people divide or unite them, but the location. Each countries population centers are found in a few areas. They are not scattered all over.