What have Atheists, Christians and Muslims and all other categories in the human race got in common? Why - despite our shared humanity - do so many of us get involved in clashes about religion? And why do some of us even fight and kill each other? What do you understand by the world 'God'? Are humans the creatures of God or is 'God' the invention of mankind? How can we make sense of 'God' in a suffering world? And finally, why do we need to talk and listen to each other. The author considers these and many other questions posed by the menacing social and political breakdown in our fragile world 'community'.