Right or wrong or shades of gray have no basis if there isn't a foundation from which they are derived.
My statement to 'the color of life' was not based on right or wrong, but the value attached to life itself. How much value you place on another's life is how much you value life as a whole. The more value attributed to life, the more life you have, hence the more 'color' (as I was trying to be poetic). It had nothing to do with a person's color, or right or wrong or shades of gray or at least that wasn't my intent when I wrote it. Sorry if I wasn't being clear.
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