Our Personal & Social responsibility toward each other & Humanity

Posted on July 14, 2013

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Article by Tina Quizon

who will fight for the rights of Trayvon Martin and others who have died by the hand of others who walk away with no punishment. who will fight for the rights of Trayvon Martin and others who have died by the hand of others who walk away with no punishment.
[/caption] Will we stand up against the unjust verdict of not guilty for Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin yesterday, will we stand up to say this was murder and it should be punished as such. We wrote about the continued unjustices in our article last year ….fast forward in our Human evolution to today and we see Trayvon Martin who died and now has to defend his life from the grave. It is amazing how Trayvon, Vincent and other victims have to defend their own death from the grave, who is the voice, their advocates?? And we as individuals and as a community as a whole tolerate such detrimental treatment of an individual human being, and the tremendous judicial unjustices that plague every individual, community and Humanity.

The violence and unjustices against people of color shows our real evolution of mankind and our current civilization. We have failed the test.

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How far has mankind evolved?? How do we really treat our fellow man or woman? Do we really follow the golden rule touted by many religions, judicial and other leaders “Love thy Neighbor” as you love yourself. Or do those rules only apply if your fellow brother or sister, walks, practices, talks, looks or makes love like you? Do we really extend our hand and more importantly our laws, our heart, soul and mind to each and every person that crosses our path, seeing their unique individual potential and human expression. Or is our passing by reflected as hate, bias, prejudice, injustice and ignorance. Most of us claim to live in a modern society. But have we evolved and is our society truly modern when the very questions that pop out of our mouths, reveal how we are analyzing others. Chosing to accept someone by, what color is their skin…

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