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'We are as one'.



Can you not see? You in me!
I am all good things in you & all bad.
I've every weakness you have & every strength.
I mirror your frown & your smile.
When you fall, I fall.
When you hurt, I do.
When you do harm, are harmed, I feel it as well.
When you fear, me too.
When you're full of hope, I am that.
When you love,
I love as well.
When all misconceptions are gone
Can you not see? me in you!
We are as one
We're all the same under the skin!
We just sometimes forget.
As Ghandi said
'God has no religion'.
Only man.
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