Tolerance is a basic value for a diverse secular and cosmopolitan world. But tolerance only assures that we leave one another alone. It is important to learn to leave one another alone. We need to leave off evangelizing, proselytizing, and forcibly converting people. But mere avoidance is not enough to create a satisfying social world. We need more affirmative values such as peace, love, compassion, civility, and hospitality. In previous chapters we discussed love and the Golden Rule as central values in the world’s religion, in humanistic approaches to ethics, and in secular cosmopolitanism ( Chapters 3 and 8 ). In this chapter, I focus on hospitality.