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The Truth About Racism

Racism is rooted in the law of equivalence of form and manifests in human nature as the directive we hate, and are suspicious of, anyone different from us. While we may agree on the surface that all people are equal, on the inside we can’t help but feel anyone different from us remains remote and separate. Equal rights movements of the past went wrong because they failed to change human nature. Thus we continue to experience racism and hate others to the extent that they are different from ourselves. History has taught us that human nature cannot be changed, but it can be transcended. The force driving our nature is egoism and only by transcending our egoism can we totally eliminate bigotry.


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