Doughnut Segregation

Doughnuts and segregation?

Most people overlook something as trivial as the separation of one’s doughnuts, but this detail, if observed, can lead to discovery in a deep sense of societal parallels.

There are many different types of doughnuts, and some of us, feeling overwhelmed would look at a dozen doughnuts and simply try to organize them in a way that seems easier to handle. Natural human behavior is to condense information into something understandable.

This instance can be paralleled with humanity.

There are many different types of people, and some of us, feeling overwhelmed would look at seven billion people and simply try to organize them in a way that seems easier to handle. Natural human behavior is to condense information into something understandable.

The reality could easily be that people simply were not meant to be placed where we end up placing them. For in every human being, in every doughnut, there are many more unique qualities that should be admired and not overlooked due to it being easier for our selfish impulses to only acknowledge a few unique, but not too unique, qualities.

It isn’t harmful to separate people into categories based on color, gender, age, anything… but there are more to people than what one can observe on the surface.

If you want to know how a doughnut tastes, then taste it!

If you want to know what people are like, then get to know them!

We’re all people… All doughnuts just wanting to be seen for who we actually are. Take a bite…. Just don’t bite people… The prompt was metaphorical. Get to know someone on a deeper level and be amazed at the depth at which discovery can venture. People are more than exteriors.

Doughnuts and people; three dimensional, not limited to the group one has tried to confine them to, not limited to the group they chose to belong to… not limited.

Though sprinkles are pretty, they do not compare to the warmth and comfort of the dough that is the basis and core of the doughnut. We all love doughnuts, we all love people. Though there are those who don’t love doughnuts and those who do not love people, those people clearly battle with love for themselves and are sad because they don’t realize the beauty of sugary baked goods. If we would all make cognition and conversation a norm, then maybe everyone’s world would be a little brighter, a little less… segregated.

Doughnuts and people. Doughnuts and segregation. Interesting.

This is an opinion based hodgepodge of inferences. Please make your own cognitive analysis of its content… take as much time as you need, and remember… Own that coffee breath.

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