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Quoting silverlion:


~~  born1top  ~~

 

Hope You are done with the ' phone call ' by now, and that it was not, one of your buddies lost in hell ?.

 

Pardon, I shall try to be serious, for a moment, and attempt to shed some light, on your ' delicate topic '.

 

The good news is, the issue of ' Race ' on personal levels, appears to have taken a back seat, in recent times.  No, it is not dead, the word just got a little tired.

 

Unfortunately, the new dilemma that has begun to surface in its place, is Fascism.  This of course, encompasses Race, as one of its components.  The others being territorial, and economics.

 

You are a brave man, Mr. Born, ... And I fully respect all your efforts to educate the masses.

 

~~  S L  ~~

Good day to you Mr SL, and as always you continue to share strong educated views when it comes to situations that affect us all, it really shows what a true scholar you are. Despite the many differences of mankind we can all still learn from one another and make the world a better place... 

 

 

 

Yours truly,  Mr Born1top. 

God bless love and peace. 

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Quoting ClassicBeauty40:

Thank you for this delicate issue called race.

 

I have never experience 'the race reaction' in Africa until I came into the developed world especially the United States.

I was shocked to see people judged from the colour of their skins rather than the content of their character. 

I perceived that the issue of race in the developed world stemmed out from slavery. The dark coloured human- beings where removed from their origins and sold as commodities to the whites, loosing their names hence identities to their slave masters. 

Even though slavery have been abolished, their descendants still live with stories of the horrors of the past circulating from one generation to the other till this day. So racism is an offspring of slavery. It is the ego's assertion of superiority. 

 

Being a true African with no history of slavery, (thank goodness my ancestors were not captured),I do not get caught in its web. I practically ignore it and practice LOVE in its stead. I mix freely with any skin colour, deal with the attitude positively attracting same response. 

 

Racism is most practised by those who are not widely travelled, exposed and spiritually aware of the diversity in nature. It is used as a camouflage to cover fear. By displaying the attitude of love and understanding, racism can be subdued to its minimum. Its 2018, over two centuries of the abolition movement. Technology have overtaken events so the world is focused on new technological conquest in its bid to make the planet most conducive for the living. 

 

In nature, we have diversity of plants; roses, jasmines, lavenders and others equally unique. So is the human race, each Spirit connected yet peculiar in its borrowed body for a collaborative human experience. 

So let's reach out from our comfort zone, explore other beings, learn from them, accept their peculiar cultures so that we can fully participate in this earthly experience of limited time!

 

Hi Miss ClassicBeauty40, thank you for your comments,  they are very much appreciate. Welcome to this rather delicate topic, feel free to share and be ready to embrace the freedom of being one the millions who are ready for a tremendous humanitarian enlightenment. I would love to write more concerning the flaws of mankind concerning the darkness many have chosen as a way of life they consider righteously. 

 

But It is rather late my eyes and me need some good rest, after a long day I will treat myself to a midnight snack and retire. Once again thank you, enjoy be careful. ⚘

 

 

Yours truly,  Mr Born1top. 

God bless love and peace. 

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Quoting born1top:

Hello everyone today is a good day.  And the topic will be, why do certian race of people dislike other race of people? 

 

Yes i know it is another delicate topic, but we must discuss these delicate topic one because if we don't, many will never get the help they need to understand why they feel the way they do. 

 

Plus we may need to addrss some key point as we embark on future endeavors to enlighten those who have been brainwashed over a long period of time. Just like  Pharmaceutical commercials flooding the Airways, we may now need to flood the Airways with positive messages concerning humanity.

 

Will articulate later, phone call just came in.

 

 

 

 

Yours truly, Mr. Born1top. 

God bless love and peace. 

~~  born1top  ~~

 

Hope You are done with the ' phone call ' by now, and that it was not, one of your buddies lost in hell ?.

 

Pardon, I shall try to be serious, for a moment, and attempt to shed some light, on your ' delicate topic '.

 

The good news is, the issue of ' Race ' on personal levels, appears to have taken a back seat, in recent times.  No, it is not dead, the word just got a little tired.

 

Unfortunately, the new dilemma that has begun to surface in its place, is Fascism.  This of course, encompasses Race, as one of its components.  The others being territorial, and economics.

 

You are a brave man, Mr. Born, ... And I fully respect all your efforts to educate the masses.

 

~~  S L  ~~

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1 year ago

Thank you for this delicate issue called race.

 

I have never experience 'the race reaction' in Africa until I came into the developed world especially the United States.

I was shocked to see people judged from the colour of their skins rather than the content of their character. 

I perceived that the issue of race in the developed world stemmed out from slavery. The dark coloured human- beings where removed from their origins and sold as commodities to the whites, loosing their names hence identities to their slave masters. 

Even though slavery have been abolished, their descendants still live with stories of the horrors of the past circulating from one generation to the other till this day. So racism is an offspring of slavery. It is the ego's assertion of superiority. 

 

Being a true African with no history of slavery, (thank goodness my ancestors were not captured),I do not get caught in its web. I practically ignore it and practice LOVE in its stead. I mix freely with any skin colour, deal with the attitude positively attracting same response. 

 

Racism is most practised by those who are not widely travelled, exposed and spiritually aware of the diversity in nature. It is used as a camouflage to cover fear. By displaying the attitude of love and understanding, racism can be subdued to its minimum. Its 2018, over two centuries of the abolition movement. Technology have overtaken events so the world is focused on new technological conquest in its bid to make the planet most conducive for the living. 

 

In nature, we have diversity of plants; roses, jasmines, lavenders and others equally unique. So is the human race, each Spirit connected yet peculiar in its borrowed body for a collaborative human experience. 

So let's reach out from our comfort zone, explore other beings, learn from them, accept their peculiar cultures so that we can fully participate in this earthly experience of limited time!

 

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Quoting ashdianna:

I believe its more so for people whom have an open eye and mind to new things.
I personally love seeing other cultures etc cause its interesting to see the different types of rules and regulations .
not only some worship woman ( better then the men around my home town was raised) .
there's many many reasons tbh its depends on the person etc to answer the question best I could
Hi Miss Ashdianna, and thank you for ur comments, we all need to keep an open mind on almost every aspect of life,  but especially when it comes to embracing different races,  religion etc. However  ever thing we do should have an insight into love and righteousness. Example: we can create laws, policy etc, but we can not make an individual love another, it has to come from within. 

 

It is my belief that we don't try hard enough to make the world better because of some inner fear, once we figure out what that is then we can move forward and embark upon a new and more rewarding future. 

Example: today many of our schools around the world are teaching certain type of curriculum and they stay within that circle, and once again there is a fear to embrace change. It is my belief that when we change the status norm about how, when, and where we teach moral values concerning race, then and only then will we be able to say we are on the right track to making the world better. 

 

Schools, university,  and all teaching institutions should  begin to look at ways to explore and add ways to incorporate a more diverse Society. We can do lectures, add a 15, 20,30 minutes class on the importance of being diverse and integrated society.

 

Yes I know there will be opposition, but it's my belief that's why, because we haven't tried to change the norm. And to those who have already begun the process, I am very grateful and thankful for your tremendous input on making the world a better place. You have shown to be true humanitarians,  you know who you are, I would love to call out a few names, but I am not sure if they would want that honor publicize.

 

 So my fellow friends lets look a little deeper into our spirits and do a self examination and make sure we are standing in the right with our other fellow brother sisters around the world. 

 

 

Yours truly, Mr Born1top. 

God bless love and peace. 

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I believe its more so for people whom have an open eye and mind to new things.
I personally love seeing other cultures etc cause its interesting to see the different types of rules and regulations .
not only some worship woman ( better then the men around my home town was raised) .
there's many many reasons tbh its depends on the person etc to answer the question best I could
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Quoting Henry04:

This is an enormous and loaded question, and it's one that eludes an answer. But the truthful answer of such a question is that people fear the unknown and the different as a result of our evolved survival instinct, as outsiders were usually competitors for limited food and resources. In the US, African Americans and immigrants have always been seen by some as competitors for resources. "They" were a threat to taking away "our jobs" or harming "our way of life" because of their different customs, religions, and languages. You would think that in an educated society people would be able to distinguish between real threats and unreal threats based on misinformation, bias, and fear, but apparently that is not so, and many exploit these fears through dislike other race.

Good day to you Mr. Henfy04, and thank you for ur comments it is truly a diverse topic. But when we talk about  topics such as this one may never know whom they might be helping. Today we have the power of technology to reach billions of people around the world and if we help just one that is an Improvement. 

 

My goal is to empower our minds that it will reach our heart's,  one may never truly get to experience true love by another even if it not for relationship purposes,  it could merely be for friendship. So be encouraged.

 

 

Man I should be resting, chat with everyone later, will correct any missed typos later.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yours truly, Mr Born1top. 

God bless love and peace. 

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Quoting Maryclaire2000:

 

Hi BORN1TOP ,

 

YES , Race is an exotic , controversial and delicate topic .

I would not say , when we dislike other people its about of 

their race but there are other reasons behind ..My friends ,

acquaintances and all the people around me are of mixed

races ..we know and we shared our differences with each 

others but the most important aspect is " We Respect each 

Other " . People can't change ones race , we are born with it 

and we are supposed to be proud of it but we have to behave

accordingly and live peacefully with a " huge amount of respect" 

for other people on this Earth ..

 

At present there are things happening which makes me angry.

There are people who thinks they are the best ever in this world

Without knowing the real meaning and understanding of the 

Human Race and all the Freedom bestowed to us and abusing it .

 

Last but not the least I always say " I don't care what race , color , religion and where he /she comes from as long as they behave and 

respect other people and their respective countries ..

Hi Ms Mary, thank you for sharing, you still represent your name and your family well. It is always good to hear from you, keep up the good work. 

 

 

 

Yours truly, Mr Born1top. 

God bless love and peace. 

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This is an enormous and loaded question, and it's one that eludes an answer. But the truthful answer of such a question is that people fear the unknown and the different as a result of our evolved survival instinct, as outsiders were usually competitors for limited food and resources. In the US, African Americans and immigrants have always been seen by some as competitors for resources. "They" were a threat to taking away "our jobs" or harming "our way of life" because of their different customs, religions, and languages. You would think that in an educated society people would be able to distinguish between real threats and unreal threats based on misinformation, bias, and fear, but apparently that is not so, and many exploit these fears through dislike other race.

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1 year ago

 

Hi BORN1TOP ,

 

YES , Race is an exotic , controversial and delicate topic .

I would not say , when we dislike other people its about of 

their race but there are other reasons behind ..My friends ,

acquaintances and all the people around me are of mixed

races ..we know and we shared our differences with each 

others but the most important aspect is " We Respect each 

Other " . People can't change ones race , we are born with it 

and we are supposed to be proud of it but we have to behave

accordingly and live peacefully with a " huge amount of respect" 

for other people on this Earth ..

 

At present there are things happening which makes me angry.

There are people who thinks they are the best ever in this world

Without knowing the real meaning and understanding of the 

Human Race and all the Freedom bestowed to us and abusing it .

 

Last but not the least I always say " I don't care what race , color , religion and where he /she comes from as long as they behave and 

respect other people and their respective countries ..