Our Daily Bread
Racism. Trying to prove ones skin tone or ethnicity is superior to another’s.
Why we let a such word control society is beyond the human brain.
Why it is unfathomable to process we are all made of the same thing; but different because of how we come? Incomprehensible.
Why most are unable to understand that being baked in a different bakery, at a different temperature, slower or faster, rising more quickly than others or not; is a perfect example of how close minded we have become. Do your conditions not make you not bread?
We are all made of the same things, carbon mostly. Along with Oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus.
Yet because the outer coating of someone’s body, that has nothing to do with what kind of person they are, they are targeted as a lesser class.
Elaborate why, when all the things, that all races have discovered,and accomplished are so completely amazing, we still discriminate?
Did you know the three light-stop-light was invented by an African American? Or that Thomas Edison collaborated with an African American scientist who created the most vital part of the light bulb?
Not only is the actual racism a problem, it’s the misleading term that gets most people.
You are not a racist if you dislike a person with the same skin color of your own; only if you dislike the whole population of people, because of their skin color.
We could move so much further towards making the world a happier place. We could bring together whole communities and end all slurs in one fell swoop. We need this change, for future generations. If only we could only see past what is another persons pigmentation.
We are a species of infinite curiosity, with the resources and assistance to satisfy it. We as a whole, every single color, race, ethnicity, religion, we have created so much beauty.
But we let skin color define us.
Copyright © Annabelle Dillon | Year Posted 2019
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