Sunday, October 19th, 2014 Focus: I recognize that we are all in this together.

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To say that we hate people because they are different than we are is like saying, ‘I like lung cells, but I hate stomach cells and heart cells.’ The lungs cannot survive without the stomach and the heart. They need to function in harmony with each other in order for the whole body to be vibrant and healthy. All cells are important! Their diversity is vital and necessary.

Our physical body is merely the ‘car’ we drive to navigate around in the physical plane. We have all probably been every race, religion, nationality and gender. To say we hate someone because of the color of their skin is like saying, ‘I like people who drive blue cars, but I hate everyone who drives a green car.’ That sounds pretty silly, doesn’t it.

We as Human Beings need each other to survive on this Planet. We must recognize that we are all in this together. Instead of functioning out of fear and hatred we need to learn about each other and revel in the wonder and beauty of our unique diversities.

Excerpted from the article:
A Profound Truth: We Are All In This Together
Written by Patricia Diane Cota-Robles.

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