20 April 2007



Every human life is different. From the moment consciousness sparks while we are in the womb, every thing we see and experience shapes our perception of the world. We reflect as we grow and the sum of our experiences shape our perception and personal philosophy.

The problem is that this divides us. We segregate sometimes because we want to. Other times, its because we are forced to. Worst of all, those who should be friends push each other away by making others feel unwanted, unappreciated, or alienated.

Intelligent people can disagree and even argue while maintaining allegiance, but third parties only see the battle. When outsiders see this in a community already known to be fragmented and filled with infighting, the perception is several times worse.

Who would want to invest in such a community?

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