9 thoughts on “ We Are All The Same

  1. "We Are All the Same" is the compelling account of the life of Xolani Nkosi Johnson, an African child that was bound by the wrath of HIV and AIDS/5(36).
  2. Dec 01,  · We Are All the Same: A Story of a Boy's Courage and a Mother's Love By Jim Wooten Reviewed by Alina Oswald He is the Zulu boy who carries his mother's virus and who, because of his mother's last brave and selfless act before her death, ends up in the care of Gail Johnson, a white South African woman in charge of an AIDS hospice for white patients/5.
  3. Jan 09,  · Remember, no matter what part of the world we come from, fundamentally we are all the same human beings. We all seek happiness and try to avoid suffering. We have the same basic needs and concerns. Furthermore, all of us human beings want freedom and the right to determine our own destiny as individuals.
  4. We are all the same,human. We bleed the same color,galigcompmaperca.regbemispresnilitirecewemavo.co bodies work the same,yet everyone thinks the color of your skin defines how high or low you are in society. Don’t let anyone tell you aren’t good enough because of your skin color, race or whatever it might be. We are all capable of great things, no matter what anyone says.
  5. Dec 10,  · We are all born under the same sun. We all live under the same sky. We are all human. We all have the same human rights.
  6. all the same (to someone) and just the same (to someone) of no consequence to someone-one way or the other; [of a choice] immaterial to someone. It's all the same to me whether we win or lose.
  7. We are different, we are the same: Teaching young children about diversity Diversity activities teach young children to respect and celebrate the differences in all people. Learning about different cultural aspects offers new experiences for children.
  8. In , the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) issued a statement asserting that all humans belong to the same species and that "race" is not a biological.
  9. Sep 09,  · Yes, we are all same and we all want more of the same things. Essentially, everything in the universe is made up of few fundamental particles (quarks, leptons, bosons, fermions). That makes every object in the universe identical at atomic level. Biologically, all members of a species have >99% similar DNA, including humans.

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