In a world…

Being accepted for who we are as humans has a side-effect. We tend to overlook that in pursuit of wanting to be accepted for being the unique individuals that we all are, we do more to compartmentalize than unify. We make the tragic oversight that what’s most important is that we are all human – regardless of race, religion, politics, sexuality, gender identity, ethnicity or nationality. In a world that desperately needs more understanding, we fail to listen closely, look deeply, and judge our thoughts and actions as equally as we do the high standards we expect from others.

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Aspiring Stoic and Doting Father

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