Deeper Flavors of Diversity
"Many waters cannot quench love," I pondered Solomon's words sitting on a dusty porch in West Africa, the afternoon downpour pounding on the tin roof over my head. "But they certainly do a good job trying to drown it."[via The Link Between, HT: a comment from this post]
....Loving across cultures means that both sides release their grip on familiarity in order to experience deeper flavors of diversity.
While many waters could not quench our love, their rough waves have certainly smoothed our rough edges. In all of these ways, we embrace our own culture while keeping our arms open to the other.