is a story related to author's observations through the years regarding different races and cultures. He views all these different aspects of mankind as a misunderstanding between peoples and not as an aspect of the human condition. He has observed that whether black, white, Hispanic, Indian, or Asian, we are all basically one people from birth to death. We are one mankind. Our differences are not a difference of color, but a difference of culture-how we eat, what we eat, how we dress, how we love, so on and so forth. These misunderstandings can be overcome by the simplicity of wanting to know. To overcome, we must integrate and stop our segregation. The more we segregate, the more we separate, the less we get to know each other. It is not a simple task, but we must overcome for time it was and what a time it was, a time for healing.