“Many times, animals of different species seem more capable of accepting those who are different, than we humans do.” That was one of the thoughts I had, before starting to write The Red Claw.
The Sea Purrtector Series’ sub-theme about accepting others is my small way of balancing the prejudice and negativity I hear in the news. I kept asking myself why we humans don’t try to learn to look for what we have in common instead of nit-pick differences.
Do those differences really matter? Are they worth blowing things up for?
Would our lives be happier and/or better if we tried to be kind? Tried to treat other people, the way we’d want to be treated, if we traded places?
What would the world be like if that could happen?