The only absolute is that we are all human.
In my 46 years I have seen a multitude of parties and classes and races and religions all offer a cure all to life. But in all this that is short term focus that loses the fact that we have never been separate from evolution. We fight for resources. To mask it in terms of ideology or political or religious or class labels will never change that.
The rich person and the poor person, the Muslim and Jew, and Hindu and Christian and atheist ALL WANT THE SAME THING. To live life to old age.
Our strife cannot be about bitching about each other. To assume or expect that others will only say nice things about us is absurd. But what we all have in common is our own back yard, the litteral local invironment we grow used to. That bubble we get caught up in. It allows us to forget that we are the same spiecies with the same disires. The rich man wants the same as the poor man. The Muslim wants the same thing as the Christian or Jew.
Once you strip life of labels it amounts to the same goal from birth to death. We all want food, shelter, and love and a means of survival.
Our species gets too focused on dominance far to often when the compassionate side often struggles to pull the selfish side of our evolution into the future. But more often than not, we progress. I just want to speed things up by scrapping class and religion, and focusing on the things we all have in common.
"We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus -- and nonbelievers."Obama
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