It is a psychological problem. After all, when we are little, playing with someone of a different race does not matter. As long as the children are having fun (and fun is key), the little kids do not care about such things. It's only when the parents display their emotions (repeatedly) about race in front of their children, do their children start acting out what they see their parents doing. After all, little children want to be just like their parents (or any other person the child may look up to).
by charlie2 years ago
What does Scripture say about Salvation for a baby that dies??I want a scriptural answer, I do not care what I think, you think, your church thinks, or any opinions at all. What God says is what I am looking...
by starme778 years ago
like things to do for halloween inexpensive type - stuff like that - just wondern if I should write the hubb on it or not whadyathink?
by cjarosz4 years ago
There will be a new law January 1, 2014. You will be fined for smoking with a child under 18 in the car. What are your opinions? Do you think smokers are making a big deal out of it, even when there are also laws on...
by ahorseback5 years ago
Aren't All non-believer questions just the little children inside trying deperately to be loved !Most of the anti-god posts here seem more of an attempt to" reach out " for acceptance than anything else...
by Monawrites3 years ago
Why are our adult children hostile to us? How do we handle it?There were some circumstances when they were small that they don't seem to care to want to know about that caused us some poverty and other things, if we...
by estmutyas6 years ago
Women are the most delicate individuals in relationships. To understand what they want, you only need to treat them as you treat a little child. You find that what makes them happy is not much but a piece of a cake and...
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