Hate crimes are on the rise
- Think what it means to hate someone
- You needed to fit in
- What if the roles were reversed
- Judgments turn into hate
What does it take to commit a crime just because you hate someone. Hate crimes are on the rise.
There are more and more crimes against a person just because of the way they look or think or what religion they follow. Stop and think what it means to hate someone. You feel that what they are doing is so wrong that they don’t deserve to live. If you don’t kill them you at least beat them up or find way to persecute them.
When you first came into this world you came in with a certain type of earth suit, it was a certain color based upon what part of the world you were born into. It could be black or white or various shades of brown, maybe a little yellowish and/or shades in between. That was all because you needed to fit in where you were going. Since the world has become more global there are now more people wearing different types of earth suits mobilized around the world.
When you were young it could have been quite a shock to see someone with a different kind of suit. The reaction could be quite strong if you never had seen one before, just like if you had never seen anyone drive down the street in a Bentley, it gets your attention. Do you hate them because they drive a car you can’t afford? Do you hate them because they, as a individual, are a different color from you? What if the roles were reversed? What if you could switch suits with them?
Now, would you think they were justified in hating you just because you had a new suit? You are the same person, you just now look different. It begins to sound silly that people should judge others one way or another just because of how they look, or how they dress, or what kind of car they drive. You arrived into a world of judgment already when you came here. Don’t let those judgments turn into hate.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That it’s the diversity of mankind that makes it interesting.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because we are witnessing such horrible hate crimes, like three people getting killed over a parking place because they look different.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Think about how you would feel if you were to trade places with someone you don’t understand.
COMMENTARY: What happened to the times when people were happy for you when you did well? It wasn’t that long ago. Now, we find ourselves in a world of judgment and jealousy. It’s actually dangerous to let anyone know that you are doing well. It’s like you did something wrong. Unfortunately, people have a bad taste in their mouth because they have been taken advantage of in one form or another. They were doing everything the way they were taught, only to have things turn against them. It was the white collar criminals who wiped them out and not only got away with it, but got bailed out with your tax dollars. Since all of this has become so widespread, anyone who has anything looks suspicious in the eyes of the public.