A few days ago in my dojo, our sensei had us sit down, and he said something that was of great meaning to me, and so I thought I'd pass it on to you.
"The biggest part of the dojo is it's teamwork. Everyone here is different, but in order to make this dojo strong, we've got to work together. I don't care if you hate green eyed people, or if you hate blue eyed people, or whatever, but when you step foot into this dojo, or any dojo, everyone is equal. Everyone respects each other. This
is how we make a dojo strong, and this is how we learn."
Hope you found this of meaning, too.