There will always be prejudice around us but we can learn how to overcome indifference, how to manage this and become tolerant towards people who don’t have the same skin tone, mannerism, upbringing, social status, educational background and financial status.
Resorting to violence is not a solution but educating blacks and whites as to why and how we as black people have experienced oppression and racism is the way forward. This venom isn’t going away anytime soon. We need to go back to the books and drawing board.
Be grateful for each day. We’ve barely started this New Year and new decade, and distraction has diverted our focus. You never know what’s around the corner! Don’t take life for granted. Only feed your mind with genuine news like NHS and GOV.UK if you are UK based. Trust me, it’s too easy to get distracted on News streams that are not genuine.
Accepting that everyone is different is a sign of wisdom and maturity. We are not of the same makeup or temperament. Everyone has his or her interests, likes and dislikes and we work in different spheres of influences.
Although women are more liberated than they were many years ago, this doesn’t mean that they are exempt from discrimination. Women still face prejudice on a daily basis but this predicament hasn’t discouraged them from making history.
Did you know that travelling takes you away from your comfort zone and disconnects you from the daily rat race. There is always a chance of returning from your trip and appreciating your home much more than before you went away.