Apart: (adv) two or more people or things separated by a specified distance from each other in time or space (e.g.: his parents are living apart)
- What separates us defeats us.
- What we consider unique is really arrogance.
- Birds of a feather don’t always flock together.
- Culture is often just a cult of superiority.
- Fear of each other is instilled and never natural.
- Yearning to be left alone opens the door to sadness instead of awareness.
All of these statements come from my heart. Yet the entirety of the passage would be questioned by most people in our generation
Why? Because in our cowardice to discover one another, we choose to scatter into our corners.
Is this a problem? Is there a danger in remaining apart?
If each one of us was marooned on a desert island without supplies, with people from all walks of life, the necessity for communication would be required for survival. Yet for some reason, we feel we can stay apart in our world and still survive the prejudice.
This is what I know: Earth was here long before I arrived. Even though my brattiness would like to believe it will stop when I die, it won’t.
So since I’m passing through, I have three choices:
- I can fix something that’s broken.
- I can break something that’s fixed.
- Or I can notice what’s broken and help someone who can fix it.
To achieve all of this, I must interact with my brothers and sisters.
To embrace solution … I will need all of them.
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