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As we grew up, we learnt about Adam and Eve and we know we all come from Adam and Eve... The most interesting part is we don't know if Adam and Eve were white, or black or Africans or Americans or whatever but what we know is that we all come from one Man and one Woman. Adam named his wife Eve because she was to become the mother of everyone who was living whether you are white or black or whatever. God's words will always come to pass, He blessed Adam and Eve and said to them.. "BE FRUITFUL, MULTIPLY, FILL THE EARTH AND SUBDUE IT" it has come to pass as we have over 7 billion population on this planet..
But what went wrong? Why did we have different tribes, different languages and different races? What did we do that cause such today in the world? Lets trace back to the Tower of Babel, the whole world had one language and a common speech then, people were able to move to anywhere and settle anywhere with no problem that was one of their great advantages. Because of such special advantage, they all came together and said "Come, let's build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so we may make a name for ourselves", Even God himself saw how powerful they are, He said if as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. Because of that, God scattered their language so they won't understand each other, He scattered them from there over all the earth and they stopped building the city thats why its called BABEL, in Hebrew it means confused, in other word, it means the Lord confused the language of the whole world.
Still, with the confused (different) language over the face of the whole earth, we are all come from one man and one woman. Let's all come together as one and let's all stop this racism, stop this tribalism, stop this discrimination, and stop this hate. No tribe or group is monopoly either is any man an island. The world will be better if we talk to each other instead of talking about each other.