"we Are All One"

I have come up in a prejudice discrimating environment in my life.  Believing that the color of your skin makes a difference.  Well my family members are of two different races.  Then when I went with my husband to the military, I, then too, was discriminated against by civilians.  When finally arriving to a distination close to a home location, people still discriminate with prejudice because of your background and lifestyle.  We are all one in the make up of God's eyes.  We all add a little something something to make us a whole or to make up for the differences in others.  If we didn't have this in our nature and is not a gift, no one would be on these pages at all.  Can you relate?

vanessadelrio vanessadelrio
46-50, F
Feb 27, 2010