This afternoon I watched this 60 second video from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints:
A little later I gathered the eggs from the chicken coop. As I washed them and put them in the old tin strainer, I saw a lot of similarities between the eggs and the video.
There were all kinds of shells -- little, big, pointed, rounded, double-yokers, single-yokers, green, blue, brown, tan, spotted, plain, white, smooth, rough -- and they all taste the very same. Inside they're just as good as they can be and, combined, do a wonderful job making cookies, cakes, French toast, pancakes, muffins, and crepes. Once they are out of their shells, I'm never be able to single them out in a frying pan of scrambled eggs and say that one is better than the other. They're all good and, combined, they're substantial.
We, like eggs, don't have to be the same to be good. When we combine our efforts and differentnesses and act as one, we can do substantial good where everyone benefits.