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Can You Handle It?

Thank you for reading my blog! This blog was designed for people to start a dialogue about events, ideas, themes and situations that are out of the norm. It is best to put yourself in as many uncomfortable situations so that you can learn from yourself and others. It is not about judgement, or religion, nor politics. I am not forcing you to believe my ideas. All of us have our opinions and no one is perfect. However, I am challenging you to let the discomfort linger temporarily. Think about  why certain feelings are surfacing and then let it go. At this very moment we need tolerance. The more we understand others, compassion grows. Humanity has already built too many walls based on miscommunication and ignorance. I want to build bridges of understanding and empathy. When we strip away all things we were taught and programmed to believe from birth, can we still make the best decisions for ourselves? Once we decide to do our own individual research through the human experience, will you listen to your heart or just continue to follow the masses? Will you allow yourself to love your neighbor despite sexual orientation, religion, culture and tradition? It takes a stronger person to love rather than hate. I would like to thank you for being a great listener. I have several interesting things I want to share with you. Stay posted!

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ABSTRACT BY NATURE

Zoe Blaq
 
Piddle Productions

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