Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon, Myanmar is committed to solving problems of religious conflict in his country. He suggests that this will take time, and a good spirit.
Are we sometimes impatient and tempted to simplistic solutions in the face of complex and longstanding problems? How might the spirit in which action is taken make a difference? What examples of working patiently, and in a good spirit, on inter-religious dialogue and solving religious conflict come to mind?