We have lost sight of the similarities and focus only on the differences. Of course, we all have differences of gender, race, religion, family of origin, sexual orientation, and others. But these are not that important. What is more important is that we are all human beings. We all want to be happy and not hurt. Remembering these similarities, we recognize we are all brothers and sisters, members of the same human family. Every time we meet someone, remember, “just like me, she or he, just wants to be happy and not in misery.
There is a movement afoot. It is a nonviolence movement recognizing black peoples’ innate rights to freedom, equality, and justice, just like anybody else. But it is deeper than that. It is genuine respect and […]
The pandemic is getting harder and harder for many people around the world. Many countries are seeing second, third, and fourth wave surges in new cases. Even in America, 42 states are seeing rising numbers […]