Empathy, tolerance and respect are fundamental values in any human being and even more so in those who wish to work abroad, mainly because not everyone finds it easy to receive migrants or emigrate.
Empathy implies the ability of human beings to put themselves in someone else’s shoes, that is, in someone else’s place in order to understand their needs, problems, customs and traditions.
This implies that one must understand the culture of the country and the people one wishes to be part of.
Tolerance, on the other hand, is a value that implies great wisdom and patience to accept that which cannot be changed or against which it is not possible to fight, this means that even if the culture of the country clashes in some way with that of the immigrant, he/she must be able to accept it.
Respect, finally, is a value that means not attacking any other human being, person, culture, tradition or other, so that admiration can be shown in front of this new country.
Although respect implies consideration and even submission on the part of those who practice it, it is fair to say that this does not mean allowing others to attack or abuse the person, but that the limits of what is acceptable must be respected.