It’s Black History Month, where we reflect on the past contributions of black people in society. Christianity has often played a major role—but is it essentially a white man’s religion?
Its been said that nothing is certain apart from death and taxes. But with death, why do we often seek to deny and avoid it? After all, isn't it just part of the natural process?
Are we ever truly honest about why we choose to reject and believe certain things? Either way, how do we stop our prejudices getting in the way of what’s ultimately true?
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