It’s what you learn from the differences of other people that matters. In life we all tend to fight with our spouses, our significant others, our family members, our friends, and even complete strangers. The reason we fight and have disagreements with others is because we all think different thoughts, we all have different opinions, likes, dislikes, and we were all created to be unique in our own special ways.
There is no such thing as a perfect relationship in any aspect, and again that stems down from each person using their own brain, their own heart, and their own soul.
We can connect on so many levels and have those disagreements on certain subjects here and there. The disagreements that cause separation, disruption, and even alter one’s mind into thinking that they are not loved or cared for by the one who has shown difference.
Difference comes in many forms. It can be in thought, in action, and even in spirit. Everything was created different, we were all created different. The color of our skin, the tone our bodies, the look that we each have.
Some of us are straight gendered, transgendered, gay, bi-sexual, white, Black, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Native Indian, Latin, and the list goes on. The point being we are all different individuals. Even two people of the same race, are different for they don’t each have the same thoughts or opinions, or likes or dislikes. They are their own person. They each have their own mind, their own body, and their own spirit.
Accepting each other for our differences is important. It shows that we are appreciating all God’s creations. God did not design life to be easy. The Creator wanted us to each have our own choices in life so that we could choose what we wanted for our life all the way up to the very end.
The way life is lived, the acceptance that was shown, and the learning we have done from the differences of every person encountered in one’s lifetime will be looked back upon as the key component that will judge each of us as either a good person or a bad person.
It is important to know that different people matter.
Even in marriage, life is not always going to be idealistic nor pleasant, but again, it is what you learn from the difference of your spouse that matters. Absorbing those lessons and absolving them is essential to understanding the true meaning of life. We were not created to give up or to turn our back on our loved ones, our friends, our neighbors, but yet learn to accept that they are different from us. And that we are all different. This does not mean that we have to always accept the differences in life, but we should respect them, and know that not everything can be perfect in our ideal images.
Whether one believes in heaven or hell, or neither. Remember we were all created different to be different and in the end we will all have different outcomes.
As a child is born it is innocent of this world knowing no differences, having no thoughts other than wanting to be loved. Learning the ways of its parents and surroundings, a child begins observing the different things of this world but doesn’t really understand them until they begin growing into an adolescent. It is then they begin getting their own mind, their own thoughts, and their own feelings.
The difference begins happening.
Through life an individual follows their own life journey, expresses their own thoughts, does their own things, and in a way thinks life is completely figured out. But when one ages and gets older, they begin realizing that the commonality they have and had with their parents is exactly the same. That they are exactly like their parents. A living being of love.
The truth is, difference and different people matter, but in the end we are all the same in so many ways. We will have all lived to one-day die. We will all have smiled when happy. We will all have gotten sad, upset, and even sometimes cried. Understanding different people will help with understanding ourselves, because in the end—the light we all hold within us will either be released to shine bright within the universe or to dim out into the darkness.
To me, All Lives Matter!!!