We live in a world visibly divided and driven by fear. Where people are retreating from each other instead of holding out their hands. Ironic that this has become the pervasive reality in a century more globally “connected”, and with better access to information, than ever before. Should there have been a time to begin to understand our differences, and discover our similarities, it would have been this age of digital domination. And yet – instead, borderless cyberspace seems to have allowed a wider platform from which to spread hate, and anger, and ugliness.
This is not who we are.
It cannot be who we are.
corners, of pain and hope. To breathe, and to listen.