“We do not see things as they are, we see them as we are.” Anais Nin/Talmud

Tim Scott: "It closed with: 'Tim I don't see what you see. What can I do to make things better.'"
"That was a shocking response. I was surprised after the conversation that his response was: 'Help me see a better light," he continued.
Rather than focus on the "painful" "uncomfortable" aspects of many race conversations, focus on the hopefulness, the willingness to see, not as I see, but as you see.
Focus on the open heart, the open mind, the open door, to making changes that the "Black GOP Sentator" @SenatorTimScott has brought forward.

And don't have Cory Booker and Kamala Harris videos as the lead in to this story.
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