Is The Grouping In American Society Bringing Us Further Apart?

 

Written by:

Life Coach Carioca Da Gema

 

Americans are socially lost in a web of identification. Often people are labeled and consequently split into groups, while points of view are categorized as pro or against. One must tiptoe around political correctness and social acceptance to make a point. Titles such as brown people, black people, white privilege, differently-abled and queer to name a few, naturally find their way into our daily communication.

As occupants of this land, we must accept that the undesirables (whoever they may be) will not disappear with a wave of wand.

The open and speedy movement of information has brought life to light in ways we never experienced before. But everything we see a need to stamp today already existed and none of this is new.

we have created nothing but struggle and hate by cataloging ourselves and our way of life into items others can integrate in to their agenda.

The answer for this pandemonium that we live in is simple and free.  Entertain others’ reasoning, find the hidden communality, and work from there.

Durable social changes come with tolerance, otherwise in four years we must do it all over again.  Tolerance is achieved in the cell level, with the person living next door, with the co-worker at the next desk, and with family and friends.

 

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