Thursday, October 10, 2019
A flock of turkeys often visit the field near my vegetable garden. Yesterday, i did a double-take. A gray turkey with white wings strolled in their midst. The turkeys didn't seem to notice this difference.
We all know that a turkey is a turkey. One is not better than another. No difference except feathers.
Do we know--really know, deep in our bones--that skin color is also no difference. Except that we act as if there is a difference.