Anne Frank was just 13 years old when she started writing in her diary. For the next 2 years, Anne documented everything from her first kiss to the persecution she and her family faced while in hiding. Her story is one of love, faith, and hope for a better world.
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We pray protest for better, peaceful world, but unflinchingly contribute to another form of cruelty & violence daily
We stand up against racism, but unflinchingly say “animals were created by God for us to eat”
We stand up against slavery, but unflinchingly breed billions of other Earthlings into a short miserable life of slavery before their brutal slaughter.
We stand up against mysoginy exploitation, but unflinchingly exploit fellow female Earthlings for their milk & eggs and kill her male offspring.
We want change, but don’t want to change.
We are against racism, bigotry, slavery, exploitation, misogyny and all other forms of injustice and discrimination – but when it comes to non-human Earthlings, it somehow becomes OK.. makes absolutely no sense. .
“You are diseased in understanding and religion. Come to me, that you may hear something of sound truth.
Do not unjustly eat fish the water has given up, And do not desire as food the flesh of slaughtered animals, Or the white milk of mothers who intended its pure draught for their young, not noble ladies.
And do not grieve the unsuspecting birds by taking eggs; for injustice is the worst of crimes.
And spare the honey which the bees get industriously from the flowers of fragrant plants; For they did not store it that it might belong to others, Nor did they gather it for bounty and gifts.
I washed my hands of all this; and wish that I Perceived my way before my hair went gray!” – Al-Ma’arri
“As long as Man continues to be the ruthless destroyer of lower living beings, he will never know health or peace. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other.” – Pythagoras
Racism is taught and It’s not Ok
Racism you say doesn’t exist but to deny RACIST COMENTS Makes YOU A RACIST
Memories of the past tells a story of a young girl at University Studying Medicine
The day finally arrived and the last exam before graduating ( if you ever did) begun
All the Students were seated in the Stadium like monkeys thinking about the Graduation Parties.
Chatting and laughing
When a hush fell over the Audience and Profession Patrick entered
Fifteen Tablets, Fifteen Bodies under sheets laid there by the Medical department
All with open autopsies finalised
Each student was instructed to examine each torso and write a short discussion list of a diagnoses/ reasons on death.
This exam was to determine whether or not each student was equiped to handle all situations confronting each Graduate to save lives.
Some were ill equipped for this exam mentally.
Some had enormous lists of death most had nothing
Heads bent forward as they delivered there findings or not
( some how they had forgotten about the party )
Dr. PATTERICK stood silent as he called the last students name
SHE stood up and walk down to the lifeless tables
SHE said nothing needed to be recorded
” they all bleed red blood “
The moral of this story is we all bleed red blood, organs were identified the same, SHE did note that every corpse there was a different race and colour, concluding summary * for all those present today before you stand before the Medical Board to swear on the, Hippocratic Oath of Medicine to Treat all Patients without Bias. For if you doubt yourself please leave know. *
Many of those graduates today never became a Doctor with Patients though all that learning was never lost, many today are in the Science Field as very respected Scientists of Medicine.
Many of those students learned the hardest lesson of their life that day
Yes Colour of your skin does make others detest you for being a different colour
Perhaps we all to need to look into open bodies a see we are all the same GUTS.
PEACE TO ALL.
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Bravery is the audacity to be unhindered by self-fear.
Bravery is to enter into the face of the unknown
Without the fear of the consequences
That is the sum total of BRAVERY.