Why still many people still consider about racial? aren't we created by God..so what i think all...
human has same rights..???
NikenDiana, one possible answer is because people are used to what they're used to. Changes in their environment may cause them to feel worried.
Social psychology proposes one answer: "in-group" vs. "out-groups". The former would be the people you associate yourself the most with. While the latter are the rest of the world.
To overcome this, the person needs to expand their view of the world, understanding and knowledge. Sadly, many opt to impose tolerance and understanding. In another hand, it's also the case of "leading the donkey to the well, but you can't force it to drink".
by The Medicine Man3 years ago
Some Say:" Guns Don't Kill People do" But Aren't Guns Weapons Created To Kill?
by dhuett7 years ago
Why do many people avoid power, wealth, and freedom?1) Power is the ability to act upon and influence yourself, others, and your surroundings. Many people tend to procrastinate. They don't act on what's important. If a...
by Che Rogers3 years ago
Why is it when a black person points out injustice done to their people it's pulling the race card?I've noticed anytime a person of color speaks of hundreds of years of injustice to their people they are told they are...
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
Why do so many people REFUSE or FIND IT DISCONCERTING to realize that they're CO-CREATORS with God?Many people view religion as merely and/or blindly following the respective rules and dictates of a particular...
by David Welsh and Heidi Nicholson4 years ago
Why do so many people who consider they have no talent for writing create their own CVs/resumes?
by illuminatti4 years ago
if religion has gotten so many people killed in history, why is it still so acceptable?all the other causes for mass murder have been out casted...
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