Segregation Distorts All Human Personality

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  1. Greg Fletcher says:

    I have lived in a number of different countries where I resided among many different nationalities (I am British White). It is interesting to note that in the discussions about racism, we tend to focus on racism against Blacks, not tackling the issue of Blacks sometimes being racist against Whites. Then there is also the racism between other groups like Chinese and Japanese, Indian and Pakistani. What we need is to encourage a better understanding of how God sees each human being unique and special, whatever the colour, class, ability, size, gender, etc, based on principles from the Bible centering on His love for us and the command to love each other including our ‘enemies@ in a wholistic way. God bless you.

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