Sunday, March 14, 2010


The world is made up of a lot of men. We know God loves the whole world, all men.

From the time I was a youngster, I was taught that we should love all men too, our fellow man. That's still the basic philosophy that I abide by today, showing care and compassion as well to all men.

Red, yellow, black, yellow, or white, it doesn't make any difference. All men are made of one blood, the same blood.

In the values I have, there's no separation, no difference. I believe in equal rights for all men, opportunity for all men, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. To me, if one man suffers all men suffer.

On the other hand, there is great evil among men. The drive toward evil seems to be intrinsic to men. It's man against man, as well as man against God. So men need a certain transformation to be all they were meant to be.

I want to be a part of that, taking care of myself first -- this man, then reaching out in love and grace to all men.

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