In honor of this great day of democracy, I offer you a photograph of the best of America. It’s an African American Christian minister who endured a church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina and a Jewish Rabbi who endured a terrible synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When these two clergy leaders met — they didn’t have to say a word. They held one another. Supported one another. Wept together. And they reminded one another that in the face of their respective tragedies that neither man (and neither of their communities) is alone. Take a Breath today, dear friends. Take a Breath. The greatness of our nation (and humanity) is always measured by how we treat one another.