Elizabeth Collard

We are all the same, I think

I have fingers. I have toes. I have ears and eyes and even a nose. I have feet that can prance and a body that can dance. I smile when I am happy and cry when I am sad. I have a heart that beats and a curious mind that is capable of remarkable feats. Do you have a body and feelings like mine? I think we are the same. We may look differently because of our gender or skin tone. But what happens when we peel back the layers of gender, race, and socioeconomic backgrounds? What do you see? Do you see that we are all living, breathing human beings in a beautiful world? Beautifully illustrated, We are all the same, I think shares an uplifting message of acceptance, respect, and equality for all.


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