Certainly not what we see, for skin, hair, and eyes have a variety of hues,
height has a vast range, and noses can be snubbed or ski sloped.
Our humanity is neither determined by what we hear,
for some speak with a twang, some with a lisp,
some gentle and soft, some loud and abrasive,
some sing about love, and some shout words of hate,
but all are humans.
So then what makes a human?
Not gender or any interpretation of it.
Not age, because some are unborn and some a very old.
Humanity is more than two eyes, one nose, one mouth, and two legs.
Humanity is something you cannot see or hear.
What makes a person?
You see, God sent His one and only son for SOULS, and everyone has one of those.
So the next time someone tries to tell you that a
soul is anything less because of this or that,
You stand up straight and tall and remind them that
God loved us all so much that He sent Jesus to die
for something we cannot see –
the soul on the inside, even theirs.