Category Archives: prejudice

Inter-Faith Marriages #MondayBlogs 

My view is that if you change just two letters of what Ritu’s gut tells her, you finish with “Love and let love.” Whichever faith you follow, or even if you follow none at all, surely this is the best … Continue reading

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Review: Ride for Rights

Originally posted on Write to Inspire:
Ride for Rights by Tara Chevrestt My rating: 5 of 5 stars The story is based on characters who truly existed and on events which really happened. There are contemporary snippets from the New…

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Your Bigotry Makes Me Stronger.

This is a very well written piece. The author uses it to open the pressure valve on her personal pressure cooker, but she tells us a lot about herself and the cruel world that she encountered. Her last line tells … Continue reading

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No Prejudice – No Hate

I recently posted a blog in Silver Threading’s Writer’s Quote Wednesday slot, and Ronovan’s Be Wonderful on Wednesday page, regarding my strongly held view on prejudice. Today, I spotted the following image on Facebook. It says it all really. The … Continue reading

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