nga mihi me aroha
greetings & love
well...many of these posts brought back memories when growing up as a youth having a brown mum and for real my mum would experience racism many a time...coming into HIM organ is when racism slowly passed but just like the wind it comes and goes...when told a recount about a situation and depending on the details given the usual thing i ask is were they japheth?(white) because many a time the colour of ones skin can tell you their mindset...but thats not to say that all have that mindset as i for one being white but reared up by a brown mum well...of course she reared me up on her mindset,her way of life,her spirit...so all in all like His Majesty say...difference due to skin colour is a notion which has no significance and the futility of asserting such difference has now become obvious...i for one fall short many a time...
manaakitanga me rangimarie na te Atua
Jah blessings & peace
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