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Humans can relate to other humans when we listen. The feelings felt by individuals, regardless of race, are known to other humans. They are not unique to a race or a culture. 

My ability to feel comfortable is seldom the responsibility of others, rather it remains with me/the individual. Does a white person feel like they belong in a sea of brown faces when in a foreign country? No more than any individual of a different color/race feel comfortable in a sea of others. 

Who must adapt? I have found that waiting on the universe to adapt to me is an extreme exercise in patience. The universe just keeps going along as if I don't exist. The change, the adaption belongs with and to me. 

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