In this article, the authors describe a cosmopolitan orientation toward the place of values in human life. The authors argue that a cosmopolitan outlook can assist people in engaging the challenges of being thrown together with others whose roots, traditions, and inheritances differ. The authors show that cosmopolitanism illuminates how people everywhere can retain individual and cultural integrity while also keeping themselves open to the larger world. The authors examine three arts, or artful methods, that can fuel this orientation. The authors show how these arts can be cultivated continuously through education.