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How can there be harmony if no individual is the same?


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September 05, 2007 1:04AM

Harmony is a combination of different notes. So, with all people being different but joining together in common interest, there should be harmony. It doesn't mean that everyone has to be a clone or has limited choices. It just means that we have to practice sharing and respecting one another. My opinion is that political correctness or requirements for certain religions over another disturbs the peace and harmony while the ability to speak a language in common builds harmony.