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I looked up the road I was going and back the way I had came since I was not satisfied I stepped off the road and created a new pathMaya Angelou Humans are more alike than unlike Once we in America grasp this concept only than will we began to create a new path for the world we liveMany times the word diversity rings in my ear like an annoying telephone that I do not want to answer Sometimes I feel as we are caught up in a diversity scandal attending diversity days diversity workshops and taking diversity classes just to say we are trying to do something about our racial problem we have in AmericaPersonally I had to step away from these things to re-evaluate my beliefs and values about my fellow brothers and sisters of my world I was one of those people who was caught up in the going to the workshops and doing the trainings and not doing the work within myself I had to realize that humans are more alike than unlike When I truly adopted this concept and lived it I finally began to accept that in order for us humans to live together we have to trust accept and honor one anotherCommitment starts within yourself Once you commit yourself to a cause such as diversity it becomes necessary part of your life just as eating and sleeping Finally when I figured out it was not the talk but the walk that made the difference I became more passionate about my cause Being passionate made it easier to tell people what diversity and multicultralism was and what it meant to me You can talk to you are blue in the face but what you live is truly how people learn we learn through example I learned a long time ago that I can not save the world but if I reach one person and they change their ways that
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