Stefanie Haertel

Itís good to be different

Itís good to be different

Because we can learn from each other

Learn from each otherís visions, opinions, life experiences.

Our lives will be so much richer

Through the different cultures, religions, traditions


For somebodyís questions

Another one has the answer.

For somebodyís problems

Another one has the solutions.



For somebodyís blindness

Another one has the colours

For somebodyís silence

Another one has the right sound.



Because everybody is everybodyís teacher.

So letís come together.


Every new language opens the door to a new world.

Every journey will change your mind.


Donít be afraid to lend somebody a hand

Donít be afraid to take a hand.



Take difference as a blessing

Take difference as a gift


For somebodyís tears

Another one has the smile.

For somebodyís war

Another one has the peace.



For somebodyís blues

Another one has the care

For somebodyís voice

Another one has the echo.


Because everybody is everybodyís teacher.

So letís come together.

Itís good to be different.



By  Stefanie Haertel




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Published on on 06/11/2010.


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