Why are there so many different versions of so many of the same things? Such as religion, or who we love, or what we do with our time in earth. I want you, for one week, to instead of identifying yourself with your religion, or who you love (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender), your political party, identify with who you are. A human being of Earth. Instead of saying, "Oh, I'm Christian" or "Oh, I'm Catholic", or gay, or republican, or any other label someone may have slapped on you, identify yourself with who you are. For example, instead of calling yourself Christian, call yourself a follower of Christ. Instead of Muslim, a follower of Allah, instead of Buddhist, a follower of Buddha. See how well you can relate with someone. Instead of dividing ourselves with different versions of the same thing, let's unite under common the same version of the same thing. Instead of a cat lover, or a dog lover, be an animal lover. Instead of identifying as black, white, Asian, Spanish, native American, etcetera, identify as a human of earth. We are all brothers and sisters. We need to take care of one another. Love thy neighbor. Even if thy neighbor is a hateful old bugger. Maybe a little bit of love will change their mind. Love thy neighbor like family, forgive and forget, key the past be the past. Focus on the future. Even if you have differing views or opinions, or if someone makes a mistake, don't point and laugh, instead, walk over and help them up. After all, we're only human. We're all prone to mistakes at one time or another. Whether we learn from them and choose to make ourselves better people defines who we are. Not our views or our beliefs, not who we love, who we follow, but, I think by the mistakes we make and whether we choose to learn from them, once another, and make yourself a better person because of it.