We're Equal. We're All Humans.

A lot of people still frown upon interracial dating like they are afraid that their race will no longer exist if it continues. But if they learned to see each other as human beings and not a “race” they would see that it is okay. The HUMAN race (not skin complexion race) will be of existence for generations to come, that is what needs to be embraced.
When I was younger I used to get really sad when people where mean to me because of the color of my skin. But as I've gotten older I've learned that those people were just prejudice and everyone is not like that. As a young woman I have learned that you can't change some people, so now I say to those racist people "go ahead and hate me for my complexion, discriminate, stereotype and pass judgment against me. You are going to have to face God for your hatred, not me. I will still love people for simply being human beings created in the image of God." If everyone in the world was the same this would be a very boring world. God made us all different for a reason. Not so that we could focus on our differences and label each other, but so that we could come together and stand tall!

Race is a myth a fabrication of the human mind, as with language, no race is superior to another. The second myth is that "pure" race exist. Humans show such a mixture of physical characteristics in skin color, hair texture, nose shape, head shape, eye color, and so on- that there are no identically "pure" races. Instead of falling into distinct types that are clearly separate from one another, human characteristics flow endlessly together (Sociology; James M. Henslin).

All children should be able to play together and build life-long relationships, so should adults. Plus we are all really more ALIKE than we are different. We all have five senses; sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. We all have emotions; joy, love, anger, sadness, surprise and fear. Get out more and meet these people you are judging and then you will see that they're only human (just like you).

I love people. All kinds of people and I will never treat anyone unkindly because they are different. Now if the religions can’t mash well then that’s a whole other problem. I wouldn’t want a guy who loves the devil while I love God. But race is the least of my worries. Come on now. Some people will never change. Oh well what can you do? Hatred is indeed a sin.. All we can do is pray for them..

*God Bless
** Feel free to leave comments I like getting feedback.

modestbeauti modestbeauti
18-21, F
1 Response Jul 28, 2010

Very true it is, beauty cannot be defined by color nor race. I have been with almost all with the unfortunate exception of black. and it's not because I never wanted one, it's because I have never had the opportunity is all. I would love to have that experience, just once.