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Extraordinary Diversity

“When people usually talk about diversity, they only think about race, color of skin, or gender—when diversity includes many more things, such as disabilities, sexual orientation, religion, age, and more,”  

Within ourselves, we have many things that make us unique but we forget that uniqueness is not unique. In the world, every human being is different from every other human being and yet ...

We have far more similarities than differences from the head, two arms, two legs basic shape to the interior organs that we need to function like our heart & lungs. But what about the ones who are physically different without limbs ... their brain still functions, their hearts can still be broken and without lungs, none of us would be alive at all!

Without a brain, a heart & a lung we are just so much meat. 'K getting a bit off track back to the main point of this entry.

Without diversity, the world would be a very boring place!

Imagine for a moment ... everyone looks like you, sounds like you and behaves like you ... how tedious would that be? Sure at first glance it sounds like a great idea but if you really think about having a conversation with someone identical to you who says the same thing as you do at exactly the same time ...

If you had little brothers or sisters you will remember a time one of them started to repeat every word & every action of yours, how long did it take to get pissed off? For me, it was about five minutes. Now imagine a whole world like that... shudder!


Diversity is what keeps the world interesting!

Differences should be celebrated not condemned! Down with prejudice welcome diversity!

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