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No Opinions Please

O pen minds needed here P rejudice not allowed I ntergrate all N ever discount another’s opinion I nvestigate first O ffer opinions rarely N ew ideas deserve consideration Related articles Opinionated (patcegan.wordpress.com)

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Prejudice Kills

Prejudice kills love; it breeds arrogance, separates, demeans, and hides the fact that we are one beneath our differences. Prejudice can sneak up on you; be diligent in keeping it away. Compassion and love reveals truth.

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What’s Changed?

When I was a child, black people were not allowed in our church. The black woman who cleaned our house could not sit at the table with me–even if we were alone. She was not allowed to sit in the … Continue reading

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Prejudice Separates

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Prejudice

it is fear that drives discrimination understanding and accepting “otherness” to live in freedom requires tremendous courage we must look at our prejudices sometimes they are subtle, sly it’s not “politically correct” to have them, but we do even some … Continue reading

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Prejudice

How subtle are our prejudices learned from our family, community, religion, government all the ways we are allowed to hate one another. Politically correct are we while smirking with superiority disdain, distrust, and fear. The object of our prejudice mirrors … Continue reading

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