If the world only had 100 people, this is what it would look like…

I found this graphic recently.  It is very interesting, and makes me think.

From Lifehack.com:

50 are female, 50 are male. 26 of these are children and only 8 people are aged 65 and older. 60 people are Asian, 15 African, 14 people are from the Americas and 11 individuals come from Europe. 5 of us speak English and 5 speak Spanish. Arabic, Hindi, Bengali and Portuguese all have 3 fluent speakers each. 12 speak Chinese, whilst 62 speak other languages. 83 are literate, 77 people have shelter, 87 have access to safe water, 15 are undernourished and 21 are overweight. 33 of us would be Christians, 22 Muslims, 14 Hindus, 7 Buddhists. 12 people would practice other religions and 12 people would not be involved in any religion.

My norm is not the norm for most other people.

In fact, my reality will never be most people’s reality.

That’s hard to imagine when my world most always revolves around me.

If the world came down to just 100 people, how many of the 100 would YOU know?

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See the full-size graphic here…

Todd

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