Man does not consist
Only of clothes in his outward appearance
He carries symbols, labels
Of different cultures
Customs and traditions
No, he wears these clothes
For these differences, he starts wars
Wants to make his difference as his crown
But when he takes off his clothes
Inside and outside
Then he sees that we are all the same
Are one race: Are human beings
Shouldn’t we finally start
Change our point of view?
Shouldn’t we stop wars and hatred?
Envy, greed, ego, lust for power
To take them off like a superfluous dress?
Shouldn’t we be as natural
As a human child comes into the world
Innocent and unsullied?
Then difference merges into oneness
And all differences cease to exist
Then the difference does not lead to war
It leads to trust, understanding, and respect
There is only one way of unity
The way of love…