Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles today I want to tell you about a guy. You may know him for his comedy. You may know him for his mustache, but today I want you to know him for his religion. Hey, I'm Steve Harvey, stand up. Comedian, entertainer, television host, family man. But most importantly, I happened to be a man of faith. Steve is a very successful guy. He has made more money than he ever thought. He has become more famous than he ever thought. But at the same time, he managed to keep his relationship with God closer than ever. Why did you not lose faith as you became more successful? If I could make myself successful, I would have done it a long time ago. I would have skipped so many of the lessons I had to learn. But it's not that it's a process. Success and happiness is a process man. And in this process, I was very aware of the amount of faith that was needed. And as a matter of fact, it really took more faith than I even thought I had see. Oftentimes, people who are religious think their religion is right and everybody else is wrong. There is on Lee. One way to God. But Steve's faith is unique because it's really not about that. There's no one one way to heaven, No, one way to paradise. It's like television. Now it's over 800 channels of cable, and they're all pretty entertaining. So I'm pretty sure, man that to get to heaven there's gotta be more than one route because somebody watching another channel are taking another channel than you. They still getting entertained and they probably still getting to heaven. This'll isn't just stock. Steve lives by these words. He has three sons, two of them. He gave them Christian names like Brodrick and one of them. He gave a Muslim name, Ali, as a sign off respect and appreciation for the Muslim religion and the Muslim culture. E name to Mali because I knew I knew then that he might be different. I knew you have no problems with Oh, because when you come here, you understand Islam is a religion of peace. Why you got a problem with peace? It's just a name, but it's a big step to showing respect to people off other cultures. What Steve did reminds me a lot off this mosque. This mosque in Abu Dhabi belongs to people in the Islamic faith. But as a sign off tolerance to the church's next to them, they renamed the mosque to marry Mother off Jesus Mosque. Can you imagine a mosque with the name Jesus on it? Yeah, the world could use a little bit more that it's just a name, but it's a big step to showing respect. You know, When I named my youngest son and I gave him the name Ali, I never really understood exactly what I was doing. I had a feeling about it, but now when I look at this name right here and it says, Married, the mother of Jesus Mosque, uh, comes and gives me a little bit more the understanding. Maybe it was something I didn't quite know at the time, but now it's starting to make a whole lot more sense on. It's not just about Christians and Muslims. It's about Christians, Muslims, Jews and everybody else. At a time when religious intolerance is on the rise, we need many, many more off these mosques, many, many more off people like Steve. After hanging out with Steve for a week and visiting mosques, churches and museums in the Emirates. I am convinced religious harmony, religious respect, religious tolerance is the most important thing, and we need to promote that every single day.