Today, more than ever, we must look for - each religion in its own way - a way to live with someone who is not a member of our religion and respect his faith. Can we make room for language? Can we hear God's voice in a language, sensibility and culture that are not ours? Can we see the presence of God even in the face of a stranger?" To honor the difference was written in response to the terrorist events of September 11 and the impossible proximity between good and evil, between harmony and conflict, between world peace and holy war, which characterizes the beginning of the twenty-first century. How can the prophecies of rage about the clash of civilizations be prevented? Precisely in religion, argues Rabbi Yonatan Zaks, lies the answer.