The Utopian Dream

The grace of God created and scattered mankind throughout the earth and granted him his outward appearance to protect him from the scorching sun of the Equator and the frigid winds of the Arctic.  Since man first sought man to share his table with, he has chosen him in his own likeness and let it build up his superiority.  Unlike the animals, man is blessed with the cultured ability to see beyond the surface; therefore, letting his introspection choose his friends. Utopia and the mentality of humanity are still separate islands drawn apart by his prejudice.  His low self-esteem continues to rely on his biased opinions for his judgment.  The divine visions of peace and harmony plead for mankind to search for the dignity in others and try to bridge the gap between the two islands.


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