The Insidious Problem

We as humans all have different cultural, socio-economic, and environmental backgrounds that tend to divide us. There are also many other should-be trivial things that separate us as a united people, such as; religion, race, gender, sexual preference, nationalism, profession, political affiliation, history, education, age, style, musical tasteā€¦the list goes on and on. None of these things really make us different from one another. Rather, the perceived differences between us are merely distinct qualities that make each of us an integral piece of the same puzzle. They are all just different facets of the same thing: a unique, diverse body of human beings.