The highest result of education is tolerance. (Helen Keller)
We live in one of the most diverse countries in the world. There are so many different religions, ethnicities, customs, etc. that it can become confusing to children and young adults. In our history and even today, our society struggles with tolerating people that look different than us and believe in different things. The goal of this game is to educate students about different belief systems - monotheistic, polytheistic, and atheism. After building a basis of each belief, students will enter a dilemma in which one of their classmates refused to recite the pledge of allegiance. To teach tolerance, the teacher decided to open up a class discussion so that each pupil can voice their opinions based on their personal and religious beliefs. The objective is to promote tolerance inside and outside of the classroom and to decrease indifference in everyday situations.