Respecting Our Differences

This is a photo of an Amish horse and buggy – it is at a truck stop.  In the area where this photo was taken, there is a large population of Amish people.  For me, it is very quaint to see them out for a Saturday afternoon ride.  The Amish do not use cars or electricity or many of our modern conveniences.

Can we respect Amish people, even though we believe different things and live in different ways?  Sure we can.  Even if we do not understand their way of life.  We can still treat them with love and kindness.

There are always things we can learn from one another – especially if we are different.  Keep an open mind and lead with love.

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Photo credit: Dyan Diamond

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5 comments

  1. I first remember seeing Amish people on the side of the highway in Pennsylvania and I thought to myself, wow. These are courageous people who love their heritage and stick to the traditions and do not care about what other people say or think.

    Hats off to them for staying strong and live in their own world.

    Respecting our differences is very important indeed!

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  2. I love seeing the Amish people. They have a community not far from me. I always get the impression that they know what’s truly important in this world. Beautiful!

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