The Inevitability of Unlikely Friends

Yesterday my friend shared the cutest video on Facebook by Android that melted my heart a little:

If animals are able to get along without creating ridiculous weapons, borders and laws why must humans?

Naturally animals, yes we are technically animals, group together based on similar interests. Tigers and lions probably get along better because they have the same physical strength and skill compared to a goat and sheep. But why do humans group together based on skin colour? Our physical and mental capabilities, our instincts and interests, all end up being exactly the same.

Of course there are people who jog together compared to people who have book clubs; but at the end of the day, humans have been extremely judgmental towards one and other based on race and culture. Because deep down, we all just strive to be better. And that’s completely fine… unless it is the reason for millions of deaths, the spread of diseases and much, much more.

Say the American’s were to realize that skin colour is based on the sun not our genetics; our whole society might have been more like this video.

So if we must go along with the trend of technology; be together, not the same.

Till next time,



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A little about myself, I'm a Carleton Raven who's grown up in Toronto. Nineteen. Aspiring Editor, Publisher and Writer. Adventure Enthusiast.

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