We’re all human. We have two eyes, we bleed, we feel pain, we cry. But in a world where we’re born equal, we’re far from equal.
But when it comes to social standards and ranking our equality, we’re not equal. Inequality stems from our personal perceptions of learned behaviour passed through the generations, from our grandparents, to our parents, down to us through our environment.
We are born, we live, and we die, that’s a given, but it’s society that slaps labels on us, an inequality that’s obvious through class, culture, race and gender.
When you continue to add layers like class difference, gender discrimination, the rich being more privileged than the poor and you’re still looking at inequality. but things don’t have to be that way. Underneath the layers of personality that make up who we are, we are all equal.
But where we see others as less equal, the universe knows we’re equal. It doesn’t distinguish between people of different cultures, race, specific class, black or white, educated or non-educated. It doesn’t care.
It is us, the human race who wrongly judge who is equal. We’re not learning our lessons about life. For us to work and live in harmony alongside each other, we must first see each other as equal.