A big part of maturity is learning to disagree agreeably, and treating people with kindness, even if they don't share our values.
Recently, I ran across this piece from an unknown poet which captures this ideas. Though it was penned over 70 years ago (long before authors knew about inclusive language), the point certainly fits for our day and age:
The man's no bigger than the way
He treats his fellow man;
This standard has his measure been
Since time, itself, began!
He's measured not by tithes or creed
High-sounding though they be;
Not by the bold that's put aside;
Not by his sanctity;
He's measured not by social rank,
When character's the test;
Nor by his earthly pomp or show,
Displaying wealth possessed
He's measured by his justice, right,
His fairness at his play,
His squareness in all dealings made,
His honest, upright way.
These are his measures, ever near
To serve him when they can;
For man's no bigger than the way
He treats his fellow man.