So now we must stand up, let them do their worst because, in the end, we will win. And by we, I mean all of us—the humans among us who crave to be loved and to love—not those who want to defy and betray their humanity with their hate.
Should religious freedom take precedence over equal human rights? If so, whose religion, and which sect do we choose?
We must stand firm. This does not mean meeting hate with hate: It means meeting callousness with confidence and strength of spirit.
In light of the election’s results, Adiba Nelson has a powerful message to stand through the hate and divide.
Who you hate is linked to your overall intelligence level.
“If you perceive God to hate someone enough to execute and torture him in hell forever, then in your subconscious you will devalue and hate the person as well.” – Bishop Carlton Pearson
The ignorance that stems from denying our connections to the rest of the world is the problem.
Frankly, I myself haven’t completely decided who amongst these will get my vote.
We do not need to feel sick with hate, but instead we should feel charged with love for our community.
Donald Trump has unleashed a plague on The United States that must be stopped.
The fire of violence is consuming us, and it seems to be a raging fire.
Equality should not be dependent on zip codes.
Aaron Tang shares his lessons on the path to love.
The horror wasn’t a “one time thing”. Just the first time the world seems to be paying attention.
Whittier Strong shares his compassion for every person in the wake of the tragic shootings in Orlando.
The real story of mental illness is about recovery, not violence.