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Here Comes the Judge!

Judge not, that you be not judged.~ Jesus

Judging others makes us blind, whereas love is illuminating. By judging others we blind ourselves to our own evil and to the grace which others are just as entitled to as we are.

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The Unhappy Tomato

She was just your average tomato: red, rosy and often in good cheer. She loved living in the vegetable aisle. She had lots of friends – the carrots, who liked having a laugh; the outspoken aubergines, who always stood up for each other; the kind courgettes and even the cabbages. 512 more words

Diversity

Would You ?

“Would you like to see the world as is and still have love in your heart ?”

Poetry

The Racial Hierarchy

What is interminority prejudice?
Interminority prejudiceĀ is prejudice or discrimination between racial minorities. For example, if an Asian American thinks they are more superior than Latin Americans. 502 more words

Dynamics Of Interminority Prejudice

Keeping Sacred in the Right Order

Last Night’s Sunset over Lake Chapala: jdbphoto

Keeping Sacred in the Right Order

How ironic that that which should unite us so often divides us instead. 470 more words

Daily Post

Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.)

It has taken me a while to digest what has happened in the US election. I have lived away from the US for 14 years, now, and watched from afar as the country seemed to become increasingly divided over some issues that I feel pretty strongly about. 1,303 more words

Civil Rights