Night Sky Research Paper

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Have you ever looked up at the night sky? Have you ever noticed the patterns, the constellations? They’re so beautiful. Yet, the sky looks so much prettier when you just see it as a mess. It looks like a toddler splattered black all over dark jeans. It doesn’t sound so appealing when I put it like that though. Look around you, what do you see? Do you see patterns in the people you’re friends with, or the people you’re sitting with? If they all look like you and all are from the same culture as you, you’re just another constellation. If you’re all different from each other, you’re like the night sky. The night sky is diverse, diverse in the sense it’s all so different, different features, different ages, different distances. They orbit each other and rarely collide. This was how Martin Luther King Jr wanted people to be like, just a beautiful mess, all equal and diverse.
“We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers,” he said, he is Martin Luther King Jr, a person who wanted diversity, equality and peace. He reminded people on how it was so simple for them to learn things that could be unnecessary, yet found it so difficult to learn from other people and to be accepting of them. You
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Peacemakers are the ones who fight with their fist in the air, screaming equality at the top of their lungs. They are the bullies and you can be a peacemaker. Though remember that discriminating a race, a religion, a gender or a sexuality will do nothing, discriminating only keeps the hatred alive. People need to let go of the hate and replace it with a new love and appreciation. Hate is for those who live in the past and can’t move forward. This is what Dr. King preached and I think the most important thing he ever said was not “I have a dream,” but “I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to
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