People: A Musical Celebration (1995 TV Movie)
Cara: When I was little, about a year ago, I was feeling kinda sad. Maybe because of my parents splitting up. And I had this idea that people should be more alike. You know, less different, so they wouldn't fight.
Cara: Fight, fight, fight. That's all people know how to do is fight. Grandpa, I figured something out.
Grandpa: You did? About what?
Cara: About why people fight. Like Mom and Dad and everyone. This one hates that one, that one fights with the other one. I think I figured out why.
Grandpa: Well, that's important. People have been trying to fix that one for years. Why do people fight?
Cara: They think they're different.
Grandpa: Well, that's a very good answer. What exactly does it mean?
Cara: It means people fight because they think everybody else should be just like them.
Grandpa: So what do we do about it?
Cara: Simple. Tell them we're all really the same. We are all the same, aren't we? I mean, human.
Grandpa: Hmm. Do you have any idea how many people you're talking about?
Cara: Six billion in the year 2000. I do go to school, you know.
Grandpa: Forgive me. I forget how smart you are.