I See What You’re Saying

As a species, we generally label others on how they look instead of listening to what they have to say. With this thought in mind, I am displaying physical sound waves of three individuals recorded voices saying “I Am Trustworthy.” When looking at the sound waves, can you pick out the sound wave belonging to a Muslim? How about a person who identifies as homosexual? It is impossible because there is no physical representation of the identity except the voice patterns. These waves are unique and different like the individuals the words came from. The color blue represents the peacefulness of the word “trustworthy” and three different shades illustrate the different voices. Why point out an individual when we are ALL different? Do you see what I am saying?