For the time being, by reflecting on what exactly the culture of human cooperation is, a culture that has, at its foundation, the idea that the other person has much to give me, that I have to be open to that person and listen, without judgment, without thinking that because his ideas are different from mine, or because he is an atheist, he can’t offer me anything. That is not so.
Everyone has something to offer, and everyone can receive something.
In reply to the question “How do we move toward a culture of cooperation?”
From Pope Francis: His Life in His Own Words. Conversations with Jorge Bergoglio. by Francesca Ambrogetti and Sergio Rubin.