In our daily lives, we are often afraid of what we do not know. Martin Luther King Jr., you faced the fear of death every day and still managed to live with it as you changed America's history. Now it seems the whole country is afraid of one another because of our different looks, color, or religion.
We must re-teach ourselves that our different looks do not make us enemies, and that hatred is the worst tool in the world. Being afraid slowly leads to a hatred that cannot be stopped. Teaching love needs to start in homes, be reflected in what is taught in schools, and reinforced within communities.