I am with my Brothers and Sisters
by Chariji, June 1, 2006, Berlin, Germany.
I must confess that I am not here in Berlin! I am with my sisters and brothers, and I am happy to be with you all. I emphasise this because we are all separated by geography, by history, by colour, by language, and by religion. We must forget these things and come back to what we essentially are—human beings. That’s why I want to say that it does not matter to me whether it is Berlin or Timbuktu or Tokyo, as long as I am with my family. Thank you for having me here.