Prejudice is {Madness|Insanity}

Prejudice is {Madness|Insanity}

Anger is a {source|supply} of hate {that includes|that features} prejudice. {We can|We will|We are able to} see anger by {looking|wanting|trying} {back|again} {at the|on the} white {men|males} that evaded the camps of the American Indians. {The men|The lads|The boys} rushed {through|via|by way of|by means of|by} the camps, {starting|beginning} fires, {shooting|capturing|taking pictures} {people|individuals|folks} at random, and {causing|inflicting} a commotion that interrupted {an entire|a whole|a complete} village. {We can|We will|We are able to} {also|additionally} see anger {when we|once we|after we} {review|evaluate|evaluation|assessment|overview} what the white man did to the African-Americans. {The men|The lads|The boys} used these human beings as {sex|intercourse} toys, objects, laborers, and so on. {We can|We will|We are able to} see in {two} examples that greed and envy {played|performed} {a large|a big} {part|half} {in the|within the} actions {committed|dedicated} {against|towards|in opposition to} the {people|individuals|folks}, and that anger was a root of the behaviors. {We can|We will|We are able to} {also|additionally} see that greed {played|performed} {a large|a big} {part|half} since {power|energy} and {control|management} was the focus. Greed {came|got here} into focus of the anger illustrated {when we|once we|after we} see that the enemy {wanted|needed|wished} {something|one thing} that {did not|didn’t} belong to them. They {started|began} with envy, greed {and then|after which} enforced their anger to take what they {wanted|needed|wished}, or {force|pressure|drive|power} the group {of people|of individuals} to do what they {wanted|needed|wished} them to do. {We can|We will|We are able to} see {that money|that cash|that money} {played|performed} {a large|a big} {part|half} {in this|on this} {action|motion} {also|additionally}, which {links|hyperlinks} to greed and envy the underlying sources of anger. {Therefore|Subsequently|Due to this fact}, {the root|the basis|the foundation} {started|began} with {money|cash}, then envy, greed, which {lead to|result in} anger outbursts {against|towards|in opposition to} {another|one other} group of individuals. The {cause|trigger} was {noted|famous} as prejudice, which is a {form of|type of} hate, and this instigated {the ultimate|the last word|the final word} actions taking {against|towards|in opposition to} these {groups|teams} of people. {At this time|Presently|Right now|At the moment}, {they had|that they had|they’d} {trading|buying and selling} posts and bartering {systems|methods|techniques|programs} {where|the place} {many people|many individuals} {trading|buying and selling} one product {for another|for an additional|for one more} of equal value. The {persons|individuals} would {trade|commerce} for land, fur, {food|meals} and so forth. There was not {point|level} {in the|within the} incidents that {took place|happened|occurred|befell|passed off|came about} {in this|on this} time, since in {reality|actuality} {no one|nobody} owns the land {but|however} God who in {turn|flip} gave it to all of us. If {someone|somebody} believed they owned the land, then {trading|buying and selling} {should|ought to} have been negotiated for {a part of|part of} the land, {rather|quite|somewhat|slightly|fairly|relatively|moderately|reasonably} than brutally {murder|homicide}, which was a {reaction|response} of anger. Likewise, the slaves {were|have been|had been} {sent|despatched} {across|throughout} the oceans and {sold|bought|offered} to the American {people|individuals|folks} by {their own|their very own} race. This too was {because of|due to} {money|cash}, greed, and envy. 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It did {however|nevertheless|nonetheless} {cause|trigger} anger down {through|via|by way of|by means of|by} the centuries as {people|individuals|folks} {began|started} {fighting|preventing|combating} {for their|for his or her} equal rights. {Starting|Beginning} with the Civil {War|Struggle|Warfare|Conflict|Battle} {we can|we will|we are able to} see that these behaviors of others {caused|triggered|brought on|prompted|brought about|induced|precipitated} {a much more|a way more} {severe|extreme} eruption of anger in {a group|a gaggle|a bunch} {of people|of individuals} and it was all {because of|due to} prejudice. First, and foremost if God {is not|isn’t|just isn’t|is just not|shouldn’t be|will not be} prejudice who gave these {people|individuals|folks} {the right|the best|the proper|the correct|the appropriate|the fitting|the suitable|the precise} to judge. {The issue|The difficulty|The problem} {can be|could be|may be|might be|will be} {dealt with|handled} by {relating to|referring to|regarding} {the prejudice|the unfairness|the bias} itself. If {a person|an individual} is prejudice, {it is|it’s} {often|typically|usually} {due to|because of|as a result of|resulting from|on account of|as a consequence of|attributable to} lack of understanding. When {someone|somebody} is {different|totally different|completely different}, it {often|typically|usually} poses a {threat|menace|risk} to others, {simply because|just because} {they do not|they don’t} understand. This causes anger {to build|to construct}, since {most people|most individuals} when threatened {become|turn out to be|turn into|develop into|grow to be|change into} angry. Now {we can|we will|we are able to} {look at|take a look at|have a look at} these examples as {a whole|an entire|a complete} and see that anger {affects|impacts} everyone. We see that anger {started|began} with one {person|individual|particular person} or group {of people|of individuals} and continued {throughout|all through} the history. {Obviously|Clearly} then, anger is an epidemic {that all|that each one|that every one} of us are influenced by, or has experienced. {Therefore|Subsequently|Due to this fact}, {if you are|in case you are|if you’re} prejudice {you should|you must|you need to|it is best to|it’s best to} sit down and {review|evaluate|evaluation|assessment|overview} the {history|historical past}, and {think about|take into consideration} what prejudice {really|actually} means. {If you are|In case you are|If you’re} this {angry|indignant|offended} with {a group|a gaggle|a bunch} {of people|of individuals}, {it is|it’s} {simply|merely} {because you|since you} lack understanding. Ignorance then is {another|one other} {source|supply} that {leads to|results in} {angry|indignant|offended} outbursts. Prejudice {is not|isn’t|just isn’t|is just not|shouldn’t be|will not be} {only|solely} ignorant; {it is|it’s} {stupid|silly} {if you are|in case you are|if you’re} not {willing|prepared|keen} to learn. Our {history|historical past} has {shown|proven} us that anger is tolerable {in the|within the} system, {yet|but} {it is|it’s} {something|one thing} {we do not|we don’t} {want to|need to|wish to} tolerate. {We can|We will|We are able to} see that the system allowed anger {in the|within the}, {yet|but} is now regretting their tolerance. {We can|We will|We are able to} see this {as the|because the} system is struggling to undo what has already been done.

Love Quotes for Valentine

Love Quotes for Valentine’s Day

{Sometimes|Typically|Generally} the maxim “actions {speak|converse|communicate} louder than voice” is true, {but it|however it|nevertheless it|but it surely} {should not|shouldn’t|mustn’t} {always|all the time|at all times} be true. In a relationship, one will {need|want} an assurance by word. Saying {I love|I really like|I like} you and expressing how {much|a lot} that {person|individual|particular person} to you {is one of the|is among the|is likely one of the|is without doubt one of the} {best|greatest|finest} {ways|methods} to {assure|guarantee} your {strong|robust|sturdy} feeling of love. So, on Valentine’s Day, lovers {should not|shouldn’t|mustn’t} {forget|overlook|neglect} saying {something|one thing} {nice|good} to {a person|an individual} {he or she|she or he} loves.

You {might have|may need|might need} heard this cliché phrases or used these tried and {tested|examined} statements:

• {You are the|You’re the} love of my life
• {You are|You’re|You might be} my {only|solely} {true love|real love}
• I {cannot|can’t|can not} {live|stay|reside|dwell} {without|with out} you

{Of course|In fact|After all}, you {might have|may need|might need} {wanted|needed|wished} {something|one thing} different. {For instance|For example|As an example|As an illustration}, a line from the Bible {such as|similar to|corresponding to|comparable to|akin to|reminiscent of|resembling|equivalent to} “love is {patient|affected person}, love is kind. It {does not|doesn’t} envy, it {does not|doesn’t} envy, {it is not|it isn’t|it’s not} proud…”

{If you|Should you|When you|In the event you|In case you|For those who|If you happen to} go for literary {pieces|items}, {there is|there’s|there may be} this quotable Shakespeare. Listed {below|under|beneath} are {lines|strains|traces} from {varying|various} literary {pieces|items} of Shakespeare:

• Love {is not|isn’t|just isn’t|is just not|shouldn’t be|will not be} love that alters when alteration finds

• Love {looks|appears|seems|seems to be|appears to be like} not with the eyes {but|however} with the {mind|thoughts}; and {therefore|subsequently|due to this fact} is winged Cupid painted blind

• All days are nights to see {till|until} I see thee, And nights {bright|shiny|brilliant|vibrant|vivid} days when {dreams|goals|desires} do {show|present} thee to me

{You may also|You might also|You may additionally} {prefer|choose|favor|want|desire} {philosopher|thinker} giants like Socrates, Aristotle and Thoreau. They too {are often|are sometimes} quoted {when they|once they|after they} describe {the feeling|the sensation} of love.

• {The hottest|The most well liked|The most popular} love has the coldest {end|finish} –Socrates

• Love {is composed|consists} of a single soul inhabiting {two} {bodies|our bodies} –Aristotle

• {There is no|There isn’t a|There isn’t any|There is no such thing as a} {remedy|treatment} {to love|to like} {but|however} {to love|to like} {more|extra} –Thoreau

{Religious|Spiritual|Non secular} icons {such as|similar to|corresponding to|comparable to|akin to|reminiscent of|resembling|equivalent to} St. Augustine and {Mother|Mom} Teresa {also have|even have} {a lot|lots|so much|quite a bit|rather a lot|loads} to say about love.

• {Better|Higher} to have {loved|liked|beloved|cherished} and {lost|misplaced}, than to have {never|by no means} {loved|liked|beloved|cherished} {at all|in any respect} –St. Augustine

• {If you|Should you|When you|In the event you|In case you|For those who|If you happen to} {judge|decide|choose} {people|individuals|folks}, {you have no|you haven’t any|you don’t have any} time {to love|to like} them –{Mother|Mom} Teresa

Love quotes {can also be|may also be|can be|will also be} culled from novels, {plays|performs} and poems {like the|just like the} one from Les Miserables: {To love|To like} {another|one other} {person|individual|particular person} is to see the face of God.

Charles Dickens in {one of|certainly one of|considered one of|one among|one in every of|one in all} his novels wrote, “{Never|By no means} {close|shut} your lips to {those|these} whom {you have|you’ve|you could have|you’ve got|you might have|you will have|you’ve gotten|you have got|you may have} opened your heart.” {Meanwhile|In the meantime}, Charlie Brown wrote, “Nothing takes the {taste|style} out of peanut butter {quite|fairly} like unrequited love.” {Here are|Listed here are|Listed below are} some {well|properly|nicely|effectively}-{known|recognized|identified} quotes from writers:

• Love is the true means by which the world is {enjoyed|loved}: our {love to|like to} others, and others’ {love to|like to} us.” –Thomas Trahern.

• {True love|Real love} {never|by no means} dies for {it is|it’s} lust that fades away. Love bonds for a lifetime {but|however} lust {just|simply} pushes away.” – Alicia Barnhart

• “The Eskimos have {52|fifty two} {words|phrases} for snow {because|as a result of|as a result of} {it is so|it’s so} {special|particular} to them; there {ought to|should|must} be as many for love!” – Margaret Atwood

• Love reckons hours for months, and days for years; {and every|and each} little absence is an age.” –John Dryden.

{Indeed|Certainly}, these quotes are {beautiful|lovely|stunning} {to hear|to listen to} on Valentine’s Day. {However|Nevertheless|Nonetheless}, lovers {should not|shouldn’t|mustn’t} {forget|overlook|neglect} that {you could|you can|you would|you may|you might|you possibly can|you could possibly} {never|by no means} go {wrong|incorrect|mistaken|flawed|fallacious|improper|unsuitable} with {real|actual} {words|phrases} coming from the heart.