All mankind are the fruits of one tree, flowers of the same garden, waves of one sea. ... This earth is one household and the native land of all humanity; therefore, the human race should ignore distinctions and boundaries which are artificial and conducive to disagreement and hostility. ... Humanity is one in kind and equal. ... Therefore, false distinctions of race and native land, which are factors and causes of warfare, must be abandoned.
~ ‘Abdu’l-Bahá

Source: Promulgation of Universal Peace. © Bahá’í Reference Library online (Authoritative Texts).
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