Why to distinguish? Think!

Hmm….! So why do we distinguish between people?

All are made up of flesh and blood, isn’t it?

Some are red skinned, some are fare, but some are there who DARE.

Think of the Olympic games. Do you know the story ‘My Greatest Olympic Prize’? If not then let me provide you with a brief description.

A person named Jesse Owens, a black, who was the broad jump champion of his area was determined to show the world that Negros could do well in everything. It was just a matter of practice and dedication. He proved Adolf Hitler’s, Aryan Supremacy theory to be wrong by competing with another German named Luz Long and winning the Gold medal in Olympic games.

https://www.toppr.com/guides/english/english-literature/my-greatest-olympic-prize-summary/

Refer to the above link for detailed description of the story.

Why am I referring to the story ?

The answer is, we tend to judge too quickly and not necessarily be our judgment be true. We differentiate between people who are made up of same things like blood, muscles and nerves but why don’t we utilize that same thinking capability, our nerves to think that we shouldn’t differentiate between people.

Why can’t we proudly say that I follow a particular religion and the person beside me is following such and such religion and both of us respect each other’s beliefs, with the same spirit that we utilize in opposing each other’s faith.

Why are we begging for establishment of equality, rather than taking steps by ourselves.

Why do we have to promote “_ _ _ _ _ lives matter ” in spite of saying each and every life matter.

THE WORLD IS US.

THE WORLD IS OURS.

WE SHALL WALK TOGETHER OR WE SHALL COLLAPSE FROM THE COLD THAT RESIDES WITHIN US.

LET QUALITY TAKEOVER….

NOT PREJUDICE, HATRED AND RACISM

Think!!!!!!!!!!!!😊

– Paulomi Kundu

Feel free to mail me kundupaulomi14@gmail.com.

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