To Be True Universal Citizens Means Embracing The Differences Within Our Global Community

Inclusiveness starts from within the heart.  As we honor our own diversity and inclination to change our own perspective in this dynamic, fast-paced global society, we learn to love as God loves us all.  The Universe works for all of us, hence not a single one of us is one in a million stars for we are all part of the celestial body of light.  The light which grows ever brighter as our own awareness through tolerance is strengthened in the open embrace of another-no matter the gender, affiliation, faith, status, or worldview of our Universal Rainbow Citizens as we are all created for a purpose of which only you and I can identify with…as we honor our dream and the legacy of the Visionary Giants before us who have run that race in making America and the world great once again. 

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As a proud graduate of California State University, Chico with an earned BA degree in International Relations, Master of Arts degree in Public Policy, and a past study abroad participant at the University of Tuebingen, education has always been up front and center in both our family and my professional career. My blogging project is an eclectic work in progress and intended to increase global awareness through selections and stories of my studies and travels. As future global citizens we can seek first to understand one another through word pictures and engage our collective creative intellects to change our community; one blog at a time.

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