The problem with us, humans, is we like putting people into separate boxes and labeling them as “male”, “female”, “gay”, “lesbian”, “Christian”, “Muslim”, “Millennial”… and what not.
Why can’t we all just be and act as one, instead of putting up walls against each other? Why do we tolerate hatred than choose to love? Why do we resort to violence than choose to communicate?
It’s talks like this that inspire me to be more vocal about my fight towards equality and humanity. We may not be able to change people, or the world, for how it is. But we can be examples of goodness to each and every one.
Watch Suzanne Barakat’s TedTalk here – Islamophobia killed my brother. Let’s end the hate