Facing Bigotry

We should pity bigots. Our anger and hurt may surge when we encounter them. But we should pity them. Their hate and fear has driven them beyond the reach of humanity and oneness: they will never experience the love and joy felt with connecting with other humans. To say they’re not human would be to dehumanise them, however to label them as barely human would be more accurate. Endless love doesn’t destroy you; abundant hate does that.  



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Bookworm, Film/TV consumer, polyglot aspirant with an eye on social issues.

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