I couldn't resist this photo and the words expressed by a fellow human being in Cairo. We are witnessing the greatest event in mankind's history - the beginnings of a new age where all people are One people. It cuts across politics, religion, and racial lines to unite us in our humanity. In the words of Muhammad from Cairo:
"If a human being doesn't feel the pain of his fellow human beings, then everything we've created and established since the very beginning of existence is in great danger," Muhammad wrote. "We shouldn't let borders and differences separate us. We were made different to complete each other, to integrate and live together. One world, one pain, one humanity, one hope." From the trenches of Madison's State Capitol Building, hope--and solidarity--are alive and well.