North America and Central America

“Substantive ideas are ones that don't dissipate with giving, but expand and grow.”

CANADA Television, computers, telephones, fax machines — these instantly link people anywhere in the world. Many, though, are fearful of the linkage connected with globalization. People who are from different cultures and relocate, for instance, are challenged with integrating into an already-established society. And the already-established society is sometimes challenged (this has been the case in Canada) with including these people.

But it's interesting. If you know someone from another race or culture — and know them really well — you no longer see them in terms of the color of their skin or the way they dress. What you notice is their smile and the good qualities they express. And you love these qualities.

We'll all have wonderful unity if we identify each other this way. Racial, social, and religious boundaries won't interfere anymore.

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So where do we go from here?
January 1, 2000

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