Monday, September 30, 2019
We often hear that all cultures are equal and we should embrace them more fully because diversity is our strength.
But truly, not all cultures are equal.
Some cultures allow the eating of their placenta. Others do not participate in this.
Some countries allow the killing of their unborn but 26 countries do not.
Some countries have executions without trials. Others do not.
Some cultures allow freedom of belief while others impose a belief system that all must keep.
One could go on but the point is not all cultures are equal.
They are different but that does not necessarily mean equal.
One should define their own moral values before rushing to embrace.
True strength lies in unity; unity flows from common, deep-rooted, unshakeable values and beliefs.