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Look past stereotypes, accept all people


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I was appalled the other day when I heard someone say they hate people with accents.

It made me so upset when I heard another person say they were scared of gay people.

How shameful it is to hate someone because they are different than us.

We are all born to be a certain way, which is essentially out of our control. The way God created us should be acceptable.

Think about the confidence and love people would have for themselves if we decided to love them.

Think for a minute about how you can be more loving and accepting toward others.

Sometimes we don’t care about people’s personality because we have conditioned ourselves to dislike them right away if they display attributes we dislike or disagree with.

We need to look past the things that intimidate us about others.

We need to let go of the hate we have toward certain groups and look within a person before we judge them.

If we judge our fellow man based on certain attributes, then we miss out on opportunities to learn and grow.

We are all guilty of it at times, but we should strive as disciples of Christ to let go of our ethnocentric way of thinking. The world does not revolve around one group, ethnicity or race.

We all contribute to making the world what it is. If we open our minds and hearts to people who are different than us, then we just might develop a newfound love for others.

Next time you see someone who is different than you, try making a new friend instead of passing judgment.



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