Woven by the same thread


This tapestry of our multicultural, multiracial, and multicultural world is in reality woven by a single thread, a thread that has its inception in the very first human and its end on the last day of humanity.

We do look different, talk in different languages, dialects, eat or prefer to eat different foods and believe in different ways of life, yet we all have the same basic DNA, that identifies us as Homo sapiens.

Why then do we think that one race or skin color is superior to the other, or why do we think being born in one part of the globe makes us better than all the other nations?

If having advanced to the 21st century, after gaining so much knowledge about ourselves and the world we live in, we still discriminate among each other then all this knowledge and advancement is of absolutely no use to us.

Let us stitch ourselves together into one beautiful and vibrant mosaic with this unbreakable thread of humanity.

Let’s be human first of all and then any other label we prefer!


In response to Six Sentence Story- Thread, hosted by Denise



74 thoughts on “Woven by the same thread

  1. Love this line about the unbreakable thread of humanity Sadje: “Let us stitch ourselves together into one beautiful and vibrant mosaic with this unbreakable thread of humanity.” Beautifully delivered, and so inspirational my friend. πŸ₯°βœ¨πŸ˜

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  2. I sometimes wonder what if we had act as a collective intellectual lifeform of this planet, right from the very beginning.
    What if, by some truly global miracle, we could be like this?
    Just for the sake of of our own future,

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    1. That’s a big if! I think we lack the capacity to act unitedly. Even when under threat, everyone would be looking to save just themselves, not everyone. I’m sorry the political situation here is making me very sad

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  3. I couldn’t agree more Sadje. I see so much discrimination of different types currently here in the UK, it makes me despair at how shockingly stupid people can be. I saw a headline today that the Chief of the Met can’t sack the sexist police officers because there are too many and they can’t replace them. I say he can, just doesn’t want to. Then they wonder why these organisations are labelled as institutionally racist, sexist, homophobic etc. πŸ˜΅β€πŸ’«

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