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Until there is equity of access to resources necessary for a comfortable and happy standard of living that respects the sanctity and rights of each person of our planet, we cannot say that we have truly learnt the lessons of all black lives matter. And in so doing, in lifting up all the poor of every ethnicity, in the giving of dignity, in the acknowledgement of their full humanity, there are the seeds of world peace. Love is always our answer. Not the soppy kind of love though. Not that. But the "I'd give my life for yours" kind of love. And that, my friends, isn't the ceiling, it's the minimum requirement.

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All black lives matter, all around the globe. It matters that people have clean water. It matters that people have assured access to nutritional food. It matters that people have access to medicines and vaccines. It matters that there is space in daily living for joy, for artistic expression, for cultural vibrancy and bonding with others. All of this is vital if humanity is to survive into a sustainable future of peace. And for that to happen we will need to bring all of our creativity and ingenuity to the table, remove barriers, expand the frontiers of the possible with technology - and make a great future that works for all of creation.

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When our institutions are there to love and support instead of dominate and subject, there will be an evolution of society and its institutions. Beware of revolutions, for their chaos soon becomes a negative chaos that kills in so many ways. Instead embrace social evolution, embrace the proliferation of deliberate positive chaos. Become a part of the bonding of all humanity as one species. When we have eradicated starvation and suffering globally, only then can westerners say that they have learned the value of lives, and, regardless of their skin hue, can deservedly say that they acted on the truth that all black lives matter.