“When we gloat in the low moments of others, regardless of our self-justifying reasons, we break the rule of love…”
The attached post tells a story of a photo of a Muslim woman remaining seated when everyone else around her was standing. The photo made the rounds on Facebook, and the conclusions and comments that followed tell a sad story of human nature. The judgmental people bashing the Muslim woman probably felt a lot better about themselves after they put the whip away. See full post:
I wrote the post below a few days ago and am editing it here in light of this billboard that went up today just 10 miles from where I live.
The You can listen to Rick Tyler in a new interview argue why America would be better off if we didn’t have “people of color” around. The sentiment behind this billboard is found everywhere in America. The picture you see below, for example, which made it’s way around social media, served to stir up even more animosity towards “non white people.” As I try to make clear in the words that follow, if you cheer on pictures like these and get angry because she’s sitting during the National Anthem, you might be more like Rick Tyler than you’d care to admit. The nationalistic zeal and xenophobia exhibited below is the natural breeding ground for the…
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