As Yoda would say: Do not think. Do.
As children, we do not look at each other and think.
How are they different than me?
Do they believe in the same god I believe in?
Where were they born?
What is their sexual orientation?
As children, we do. We see other children and look to interact with them. We do not think about the unknowns of the child across from us. We reject the fear that they may be different than us because we do not believe there is an unknown. We allow our minds to be free, to embrace the unknown and new possibilities. In these possibilities is the growth potential that is essential for the existence of humanity. As we grow, we learn to question the culture, religion, and religion of others. Subsequently, we cease to grow; we stagnant and wither away, unable to or afraid to dream of a better future for humanity.
Yoda had it right. Do not think. Do