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What if we are not only the stories we tell ourselves but all of the stories that come before us–our father's father, our mother's mother deeply embedded in our DNA. We arrive, the set point of all that is, to respond, to react, to transform and transcend the current existence into something better. 

 

Is it then our responsibility, as the human race, to learn about each other, explore the other, in order to know ourselves. And in doing so we, the human race, transcend the divide, unify with empathy, pause in embrace, listen to learn, watch to tell, transform self and recognize the I in each other. 

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