Harmony is possible says my friend.
We need to celebrate our differences not fear them say I.
Effective communication is the key to bring peoples of the world to understand one another, bridge the gaps of culture, of race, of beliefs, of generations.
We talk. That’s one of the most important steps to start a dialogue.
We agree. There are issues we see similarly, understood their repercussions. Even with slight difference of ideas, we believe our commonality will bring harmony.
We disagree. There are topics our views differ, more often than not irreconcilable that our personal opinions clash. One thinks of one thing while the other thinks of another. Still, a peaceful disagreement is better than the option of physical confrontation.
However, there are times when a group of people, especially the minority, loses their voice when the majority tries to muzzle their right to speak. Of course, the reason is obvious: they should not given the chance to air their side.
What’s the harm in saying?
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