A steel pan brings a community together. A coffee pot gets friends chatting. A badge asserts Aboriginal rights. A hijab that combines faith with footy.
We wear our proof of membership proudly. It is an expression of our belonging. Not having to continually explain ourselves feels comfortable. We are understood.
Other people who share our passion may want to join us — and we let them if they play by our rules.
There are times when we want to experiment by trying something different. We reinvent ourselves, find new people with similar interests. Or we adapt to fit in.
What’s your group? Or do you have several?
I respect others by accepting and encouraging divesity. Seeing people as individuals with incredible life lessons to learn from.
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