DEFYING DIFFERENCES WITH LOVE

THE WORLD SEEMS trapped in perpetual "us and them" warfare—caught in the habitual groupings of nationality, age, race, and culture that highlight individual differences, rather than similarities.

At an early age we learn to pick sides for spelling bees, relay, baseball, or math teams. The result? In our desire to be with what's familiar, we may become conditioned to look for and avoid what's different—not simply in acquaintances but in activities, choice of food, travel. Such a tendency imposes on one's natural leaning to love others, and is a perspective that has negative implications for humanity as a whole.

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