August 28th, 2013

Immigration is a complex and sometimes subject, especially around the issue of jobs. British poet Hollie McNish speaks about it in a colorful spoken word poem called “Mathematics,” which she said she wrote based on regular rants heard while working in a clothing store.

The poem  is a passionate story about the benefits of immigrants coming to a country and building its economy.


The moral of the story is that no matter where we are from that we need to practice something that we all learnt in kindergarten: RESPECT. Respect for others. Respect for ourselves. Respect for difference.

You Only Live Once so why not live a life with love for others as well as ourselves?

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