Here is a good one. When you look at the world, what do you see? Countries, economies, and armies? Hollywood, Bollywood, or Broadway? Buildings built by our predecessors for us to inhabit until we die and pass them on to the next? Do you see the population as friends, strangers, enemies, or family? I see us as one. We are all connected, but there are powers that be that force wedges between us. We are all humans on the same planet, our perceptions vary, but we’re all here. The sky is the same, the earth is the same. Small minded people will argue semantics of sky sections or dirt/rock/sand types. In the end we are all just people trying to understand our place in the chaotic existence. I believe some find solace in not looking so far into the meaning of it all. We should all be sharing our resources and knowledge for the betterment of humankind. Nothing beyond that should matter, but we fill up our time making reasons to be bothered by the inconsequential. I guess I’m not saying to love one another, just don’t bother hating anyone. There exists so many saying, phrases, and statements that say something similar I know I’m not alone in this.