By C.L. Harmon It is imperative in order to achieve any type of peace throughout this life that we understand that each of us perceives the world differently and not only is this our human right but our path to purpose.

There are many religions and churches, and within those religions, each one based upon the interpretation of its leaders or founders. There are also many paths as to how one achieves fulfillment or finds happiness in a world such as this is filled with numerous avenues to discover joy.

These ideas are not wrong because they are different. They do, however, require acceptance from all others if we are to ever achieve personal and unified peace. Perhaps this is why the very make-up of our free will design suggests that enlightenment and wisdom comes from every diverse corner of life we encounter. How could a world where we are all the same not be an injustice to possibility?