The Wall

“The world is but one country and mankind its citizens.”

– Bahá’u’lláh

Constructing walls to separate people from one another is an act of force. In Berlin, a wall stood for some 30 years dividing families, a country, a continent, the whole of humanity. People died and suffered as a result of this separation but ultimately the wall was doomed for extinction.

The human experience is one and as a result what happens to one, effects all strata of society inevitably. The more division is forced, the more the power of love, of humanity, of compassion bind people together. The more we suffer, the more we will empathize with others and the more we will want to remove suffering from the palette of human existence.