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WE ARE DIVIDED. NOT JUST here on our soil but generally, everywhere. For one reason or another, as we humans have evolved over the millennia, we have chosen to tweeze ourselves apart from each other. Our cultures and codes are based on how we separate to operate. We divide ourselves to rule our planet.
This is not necessarily a bad thing. Biology reveals that by moving to different places and adapting to different environments, our species forced new traits to evolve and diversify our genetic make-up. In effect, we have genetically-engineered ourselves into what we are today.
Different habitats required specific physiology - bigger lungs, darker skin, narrower eyes. Yet the eccentricities of our species due to tests of geography are limited and predictable compared to what we have managed to do despite the fact that we all remain unavoidably human under our skin.
As our bodies have changed to accommodate different places, so has the way we live. Our traditions reflect the passage of time, the ebb and flow …