News by Tag: Hate

Tolerance vs Strife; Historical Moments 2021
There is a poem that contains the line,"I believe in God even when He is silent." The author is unknown.

February 25, 2021

Humanitarian Crisis: More Than 900,000 Syrians Flee Their Country in Search of a Safe Place
Thousands and thousands of civilians in Syria are fleeing their country in search of a safer place. They seek shelter and escape from armed conflict, bombing and bullets. The only solution that comes out of bullets is death.

February 27, 2020

Rage Hate and Killing Deeply Tears Us All Apart
We are, each of us, a member of this family. We walk this earth together and try our best to make decisions that bring us to greater survival for ourselves, our immediate families, our groups and our greater family of mankind.

February 27, 2020

Martin Luther King, Jr. Waged Love Against Hate
We honor Martin Luther King, Jr. for non-violent effectiveness in the face of great hatred and opposition.

January 8, 2020

Christmas Love and Religious Hate
In a small town on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, in the midst of the yearly Christmas celebration, anti-Semitism rears its ugly head. A young woman handles it with grace.

December 11, 2019