It’s an aggravating, agonizing, tense experience when someone you don’t want to see drops by. I call it being on somebody’s “shit list” and we have a very warped way of defining all of this. Why is one citizen more accepted than another when the other is innocent?
I’m reminded of those people on whom I had a crush, but they didn’t like me as much as I liked them. That’s a hurting thing and the way black people allowed white people to treat them, first they abuse you and then you ask them for civil rights. So, a part of this goes with not caring and another goes with getting what you want and either way there’s no good in either. Then, the best way to live your life is by avoiding the “shit list” as best you can.
How do you avoid the shit list? Most don’t care but that only makes things worse. It’s avoided by not getting too close and not taking anything too personal, which is the exact opposite of what we’re teaching. We’re teaching friends, girlfriend and boyfriend, marriage and live your life happily ever after.
These highly sort-after intimate relationships lead us into some very sticky situations, then not knowing how to get out because we practice just the opposite of what we preach.
We live in a very racially divided society and when someone you’re thought shouldn’t be at your house shows up,,, it sends you into the defense mode. Instead of being nice and friendly, you’re now very suspicious, wondering what the hell…
Friends are fellow citizens aren’t they and it shouldn’t matter from which color or country, but in reality it does? What happens when a white man shows up at your door? You automatically know it’s is not just another friendly visit. A good question now is: “Is this why we treat each other so bad”, black on black and white on black crime? Is it that we want to show people we do not violate what we’ve been taught even though we know it’s doesn’t work? How do you expect it ever to get right?
The whole civil rights thing was and still is about how black people allow themselves to be treated by other races. What happened to the friendly exchange in all of this?
Because you don’t care, ignore, choose otherwise, doesn’t aid in these very tense situations getting better and then you’re surprised when there’s another Ferguson, School Shooting, Crime….
Every media means is being exploited for bill collecting or to sell you unsolicited products and services, from someone portraying to be your friend so you will open your pocket. How much more aggravated and ignoring can we get? It’s a very sad situation when we ignore each other.
We won't admit, nothing is ever done, so the violence and abuse just escalates. Never explain yourself because your friends don't need it and your enemies won't believe it.
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