Diversity Creates Dimension In Our World
Philosopher Jerome Nathanson once said that, “The price of the democratic way of life is a growing appreciation of people's differences, not merely as tolerable, but as the essence of a rich and rewarding human experience.” These words hone in on the philosophy that, diversity creates dimension in our world.
Our world has been growing and growing for centuries now, yet people, especially in 1999, sometimes fail to realize the
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as people and denied their worth away from their products.
This leads to the second point; respect. In order to keep the world diversified and to maintain a learning environment, we must respect people not only for what they can do for us, but as people. This respect for people keeps us strong and lets us understand the true nature of diversity, which as Mr. Nathanson said, “Is a growing appreciation of people’s differences.”