"Be the Change you wish to see in the world" -Gandhi "I will be a Hummingbird, I will do the best that I can." -Wangari Maathai "Where stereotypes begin with a grain of truth, cliches begin with a boulder" - George Watsky "And she's gonna learn, that this life will hit you - hard - in the face - wait for you to get back up just so it can kick you in the stomach, but getting the wind knocked out of you is the only way to remind your lungs, how much they like the taste of air." - Sarah Kay "Do not fear what has blown up. If you must, fear the unexploded." -Suheir Hammad
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The only way to find any compromise between the loves of the world, is to open your mind and heart. Do you realize that the person you despise, has a family, friends, and a life, just like you, that they are trying to protect. Respect one another's beliefs, open up to them, and understand them. You don't have to adopt them as yours, but be able to show sympathy for one another. Humble your pride, and look into your heart for the common ground of humanity.
Even though our race is one of violence and brutality, the root of it all is love. If we could only find that common ground with our enemies, and compare the similarities, we could understand that everything we do, and fight for has a basis of love and adoration. After we discover that, if we could learn to respect one another, by respecting what they love, be it through compromises, or just an abrupt halt to the destruction, the world would finally receive peace.
"If running a country was as easy as twittering, I'd totally want to run a country...I would just make sure everyone was in check, and everyone was nice. It'd be the perfect world. All glamour. All the time." -Kim Kardashian commenting on Egypt
The human race is full of diversity. Things that make one person different from another. But instead of dwelling on these small details, let's accept one another, and grow as a race, then tear one another down.

Imagination

Imagination is a precious substance. It allows the young to see things that the old have lost the ability to recognize. It dwindles away slowly as time goes on, only becaue a person allows it to be replaced by "real world" concerns.