There is much time and effort spent on distinguishing ourselves from each other whether it be socially, politically or culturally. In the new societal make up can we still find what it is we have in common and act upon that rather than the differences that separate.
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I would say, wanting to see the good in people, is something we all have in common. Respecting one another.
I think we all value our families and our children as one of our greatest commonalities. We all seek fair treatment by our friends and government. The value of speaking your mind is also something I think is common in the human dynamic. Any others?
we all want to live a happy life free from misery & i think i can safely say poverty free
we all have a horrible habit of never really being satisfied...
Every one of us has the desire to seek better life for our self and our children, the common desire of searching for the best for our own needs and satisfy our own greed. We tend to look at the world from our own perspective through a pair of small lenses and ignore the bigger picture behind it.
by rajivnandy 7 years ago
Do u agree that parents and children should learn to respect each other's decisions ?
by Debby Bruck 7 years ago
I was not sure whether to post this under political or health care issues because the widespread ramifications of smoking reach from the individual's needs and rights to the laws of the land here and abroad. The issue of pro's and con's regarding smoking laws can be supported by research on...
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