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Celebrate Uniqueness

How dull it would be
If the whole world was beige.
The idea of a melting pot
Needs to turn a different page.

Turn to the page of color
Where each one is celebrated.
The idea of a salad bowl
Needs to be integrated.

Don’t try to make us all
Of one color and creed.
Honor and appreciate the joy
In each unique, beautiful seed.

Sow seeds of understanding.
Sow seeds of faith and love.
Sow seeds of joy and unity.
We’re all one from God above.

You color my world!

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May your world dazzle with color!

Love ya…
and really appreciate your prayers
for those fighting this pandemic.
Thank you!

See ya tomorrow.

Comments on: "Celebrate Uniqueness" (13)

  1. Oh I just love this post! The sheep made be smile huge! πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ’•

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  2. Such a positive message. Loved it πŸ’«

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  3. Great poem, ma! Thanks for the continued prayers! πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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  4. Where would we be without food from other cultures?


    • Would you believe I just found this message from Nov. 2020?? It was in a folder to be approved. Go figure! Anyway, I am still a fan of foods from other cultures. I bet you are, too!

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  5. I love love love color! But I just posted a blog in my Sunday Evening Art Gallery called “Beige” which shows the vast differences in such a “bland” color. Beige always gets a bum rap! Ha!

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  6. Jan, may the world celebrate each person’s uniqueness. Let’s praise it and pass it on.

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