posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 09:18 AM
It's sad that it takes a tragedy such as this to unite mankind. I long for the day when people are compassionate toward their fellow man not because
an earthquake or tsunami destroyed everything they held dear, but rather because they are a human being, and thus, deserve to be treated as such. The
dividing lines--Russians, Americans, Arabs, Asians, black, white, yellow, Christian, Muslim, etc.--are created by people whose hearts are filled with
Our governments fill our minds with this propaganda. They have taught us to hate, that the other side is evil. I am a white male, I have Korean
friends, Russian friends, Jordanian friends, Japanese friends, black friends, the list goes on. They are some of the most wonderful people I know.
They love their mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, and their children as much as I love mine.
Life is hard, let's face it. We are all in this struggle together. It doesn't do me or anyone else any good if I walk around hating someone because
they are a different color or have different beliefs than I do.
Every living thing vibrates at its' own frequency, and those vibrations create the symphony of the universe.
Love all. Serve all.