Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks delivers an important and necessary talk about facing our future without fear. During these trying times, it’s important that we band together with all types of people. Unfortunately, social media has increased the likelihood that we associate with people who only share our own ideas and beliefs. But, as Sacks says, “It’s the people not like us that make us grow.” People not like us are actually just people like us. Holding our hands out to those who don’t share our backgrounds can help us defeat intolerance and change the world.