Does it Make a Difference??

races - racism
Pakistan
February 15, 2007 2:33am CST
Does it make any difference you are black or white OR does it make a difference what your religion is ??? Isnt it not enough that we are all humanbeings?? please say some thing atleast one line. Many Thanks
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15 responses
• United States
21 Feb 07
I don't thing it matters if you are black,white,yellow or anything! But, I do have a problem having mixed babies. Don't get me wrong I'm not racist but, I think it is gross mixing! Religion doesn't matter to me cause we all have the same GOD.
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• Pakistan
21 Feb 07
ooh that was really nice , you sound good, and yes i think we should go with the flow :) what if you are in love with the person of different part :) Love really make a differnece ;) dont say no :p
• Pakistan
21 Feb 07
ooh that was really nice , you sound good, and yes i think we should go with the flow :) what if you are in love with the person of different part :) Love really make a differnece ;) dont say no :p
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@bobmnu (8160)
• United States
13 Apr 07
I would agree. I have known people who are mixed and it seems like things don't work out. I have a friend who was a German Luthern (Blond hair) who marriied a Catholic Italian(Dark Hair). The childern were olive skinned and blond hair and one was very light but very dark hair.
@webeishere (36377)
• United States
28 Feb 07
Racism is a terrible thing that will never go away I feel. I am caucasion as is my wife. She works at a Middle Eastern restaraunt Owned by an Egyptian man & his family so she comes across a varied spectrum of races religions etc. Mostly Middle eastern people & mostly Muslims. Anyhow since the 9/11 ordeal she has seen many cases of racism towards some customers etc. It's sad because we know a lot of these customers personally & they are great human beings. Some have gone to the parking lot to pray facing Mecca & have gotten some very snide racist remarks. Some custyomers have actually walked out seeing an Arab in the restaraunt afraid of them due to their racist feelings. For awhile after 9/11 some Arab's wouldn't even come into the restaraunt due to some people thinking or seeing them asterrorists. Anyhow I feel that we are all human beings no matter the skin color religious beliefs or polictal beliefs. Thansk for this eye opening topic. Happy postings.
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• Pakistan
5 Mar 07
Thank you very much for this detailed message i am pleased to learn from you and it is really nice approach on this issuee. this will surely help us alot in solving such issuees.
• Pakistan
5 Mar 07
well i must say this will help . thanks for responding this will never go away but we should atleast try at our own in life.
• Canada
5 Mar 07
It makes me sad that people are still racist today, in some places, moreso than ever. I don't believe in racism, nothing good can ever come from it, and what most racists fail to understand is that, even after they're done fighting and killing, they still have to live with blacks, reds, yellows and every other color in the rainbow. Fighting and killing people of a different color to themselves is not going to solve this problem. It's just going to cause more animosity
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• Pakistan
5 Mar 07
ooohh yes shame on such people but lets work out for it.we should stop it by making online NGO :)
@polachicago (19143)
• United States
7 Mar 07
We are childrens if the same God, it shouldn't matter. For me there is no difference. The difference is only between good and bad people.
• Pakistan
8 Mar 07
ooh that was brilliant comment ..nice to hear from you ..
• United States
5 Mar 07
In the eyes of God,we're all the same.So whatever our skin color is,or religion is it doesnt make a difference.
• Pakistan
7 Mar 07
We really need to work out on this issuee , thank you for the comment
@caribe (2465)
• United States
5 Mar 07
I think the world would be a much better place if there was no racism or critcism of others religions or polical beliefs. Unfortunately, there are many opinionated people in the world that feel different about that and they are not happy until they can make everyone feel the way they do. I think we should all get along and let each other live in peace and stop all the fighting just because others are different from themselves. People who say in one breath that they are not racist, and then say something about not liking mixed babies are just fooling themselves if they think they are not racist.
• Pakistan
7 Mar 07
ooh yes its really true and i appriciate your comments i hope we learn to live ith nature :) thanks you very much for the comment
@ronita34 (3923)
• Canada
5 Mar 07
I am a very open minded non judgemantal person and i give eac and every individual that i meet the same respect as the next. I look at others as human beings and i respect everyone equally as no one deserves to be treated unfairly in my eyes!
• Pakistan
5 Mar 07
good to know about you.and agree with you,thanks for responding.
@JuliaPan (565)
• Canada
25 Feb 07
NO DIFFERENCE AT ALL. I totally agree with you :)
• Pakistan
26 Feb 07
hey !! thanks for the comment
@sunny1984 (640)
• India
22 Feb 07
No ! it dosent matters at all
• Pakistan
24 Feb 07
thanks for responding
@fariawala (119)
• Pakistan
15 Feb 07
i dont believe in racism
• Pakistan
15 Feb 07
hmm thats cool, lets say what others have to say about it .thanks anyways
@gloria777 (1678)
• India
19 Jun 07
Colour and religion should not matter. Its important that we all are humans being.
• Canada
19 Jun 07
H HassanKhalid, Wow I see you posed this question 5 months ago and no one has responded. I find that very interesting. Just to let you know I live in a small community in the middle of Canada and agree 100% with your question. In my view it does not make any difference what our religion is. There are countless ways to seek and find God. I have found there are many who are devoutly religious but not very spiritual. They judge, condemn, murder and abuse others through the rightness of their convictions and the name of God. Then there are beautiful bright lights who do not follow any religious doctrine and live loving, spiritual, non-judgmental peaceful lives. My Mom raised me with a belief that how we look, where we are born, or whatever our cultural roots may is only the outer expression of our inner spirit. She also said that human beings all bleed the same color and have a need to be loved, accepted and understood. Wouldn't it be a much kinder world if we could adopt those principles rather than a lot of the harsher ones out there.
@Bunny2 (2102)
• Australia
13 Apr 07
Melbourne - Melbourne, one of the most cosmipolitan cities in the world. Where white stands beside black and colourred. I hope we can revert to our peaceful ways.
Until recently, we've been very lucky here in Australia. Man lived with man, whether European, Asian, Eastern Block or Middle Easterner. I grew up the daughter of Italian parents and never was discriminated against. I am proud of my heritage but also proud of the country where I was born - Autralia. My parents came here to make a better life for us and I have had a good life. I had a good education, went to university, met and married the man I love and have three wonderful teenage sons. I have several penpals worldwide and was always proud of how Australians accepted people of all nationalities, colour or creed. It's unfortunate that in recent years some prejudices have sneaked into our peaceful lives. I am hoping it's a temporary glitch and we will revert to our easygoing ways!
@ILANEDRI (1923)
• Israel
24 Mar 07
It doesn't matter if you black or if you white, if you jewish or if you christian. We are all god creation, and we are humans been just like every one else. Just because someone believe in something else, and look diffrent from the other doesn't mean we should treat him diffrently.
@palpalsky (900)
• United States
11 Mar 07
it does not make a difference if you are a good human being .how can you judge somebody with religion or with colour. I think what make a difference is the character of the person