A wish for the future (for my son)
I hope that someone’s ethnicity and race don’t matter – where people are blind to skin color and everyone gets a chance to be known for who they are.
A world where all religions are respected equally and it doesn’t matter what someone believes, but that they are judged by their actions, deeds, and compassion.
That he gets to be surrounded by people of integrity. Where people mean what they say, do what they say and live up to the same standards that they place on others.
A place where people are no longer judged by who they love. Where everyone understands that, just as they haven’t chosen who they fell in love with, it’s also the same for everyone else.
That he gets to live in a place where everyone understands that we all want the same: to feel secure; to give and get love; to laugh and experience joy; to express ourselves; to be heard and respected — and that everyone deserves the opportunity to experience these things.
Above all else, to live in a world where everyone really, truly, deeply gets what a gift this life is.