Before I Die

Before I die, I would love to know this world was united as
one race, the human race.


I do realise this is not going to happen in my lifetime and, maybe it never will but, for the world to heal and for the human race to survive, it’s what needs to happen.

Shared with Jenny Matlock Saturday Centus #64 (Before I die)

Author: Daydreamer

I live on a beautiful island in Atlantic Canada.

18 thoughts on “Before I Die”

  1. Maybe this is a wish that will only come true if everyone wants it.

    I think so many of us do…it’s just how to accomplish it.

    Thanks for linking this thoughtful SC. I enjoyed it very much.

  2. Sure would be an amazing thing to happen. Maybe if we keep the idea going around, eventually we will get there. Love your words!

  3. Beautiful Dream…
    But unfortunately I think it will never happen.
    The slightest difference causes misunderstanding, hatred, discrimination and violence.
    The older I get, the more I think the human is more bad than good …
    Very few people are willing to give unconditionally.
    Very few people sincerely rejoice in the happiness of others.
    But keep hoping, always 😉

  4. Unfortunatelly it won’t happen by any man…Humans did show what they are capable to do during the many centuries…and it’s getting only worse. The wish is a beautiful one Daydreamer. We are going to need a higher Power for this one to come true

  5. I would love to know that too. Not sure that will ever happen though, I’m not much of an optimist when it comes to people. If we ever got to the point that we could embrace others’ differences maybe we’d have a shot.
    Beautiful thought 🙂

  6. Oh that would be good. But I’m a-feared it wont happen in our time. By the way, I love your John Lennon quote. I adore that man, he is one of my heroes. I still get choked up when I hear him sing that song. Have you ever seen the documentary Imagine? About all of those wonderful years. And his son, Julian, is part of the documentary Whaledreamers, which is FANTASTIC – they invited aborigine shamans and elders from all over the world to a certain beach in Australia where, in old times, they used to sing the whales in. They did it again for the film – and the whales came. A magnificent film. Hopeful, against all odds.

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