Tamara shares a poem by the wonderful Maya Angelou.
I turned an assignment in yesterday, so I had a little extra time. I came across this beautiful poem by Maya Angelou and wanted to share it with all of you. Whether you’ve seen it, or not, it’s quite inspiring and worth a look.
She talks about how we are each unique. If you travel the world, you won’t find any people who are identical, even twins are different. However, these are just differences on the surface: our skin tone, our hair color, our eye color, our height or weight.
But, when you look within people, get past our outer shell,
we are all more similar than we are different.
We all strive for what we love.
We all cry, laugh, love, and feel.
We all bleed red.
We are all human
At the end of the day…
“We are more alike my friends,
than we are unalike”
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