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Kadija Diawara

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“‘Implicit Bias’ Is Very Real and It Infects Every One of Us”

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If you have come to this post, you most likely did so by searching on one of the below tags.  All pertain to this post:

The request of James and John, part 1

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– Genesis 40:4
– Matthew 13:12
– Matthew 19:30
– Matthew 20:16
– Matthew 25:29
– Mark 4:25
– Mark 10:31
– Mark 10:35-45
– Luke 8:18
– Luke 29:26

Two Jews, three opinions — Additional tags

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Two Jews, three opinions.

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– Immigrants
– J. J. Hairston
– Jews
– Mark 9:33
– Melisma
– Naltrexone
– Race
– Racism
– Schools
– Seinfeld
– Sickle cell anemia
– Stereotypes
– Type A personality
– Vivitrol

Puzzled

Is someone signing up all his or her Outlook contacts as followers to this blog?

If anyone knows, please advise!

Follow-up, Saturday, January 20, 2018:

OK, here’s the deal.  On some blogging platforms, comments from Followers go straight through without being moderated, and by-pass the spam filter.  So now these new Followers have begun submitting spam comments, counting on WordPress being the same way.

Why do roses have thorns? — Additional tags

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Why do roses have thorns?

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– Blessings
– Folk religion
– Racism
– Religion of the ‘hood
– Resentment
– Resentments
– Roses
– Self-love
– Steven Seagal
– Theft
– Thieves
– Twelve Steps

Let it go

Pertinent issues (1) in the church garden, (2) and elsewhere, and (3) in a forthcoming post about different breeds of dogs, cats, and people.

Ends and Beginnings

T and B-Dogs“A trap had been set to stop a monkey from stealing fruit. The monkey reached into the trap to get a piece a fruit and got stuck. All it had to do was drop the fruit and it would be released, but the monkey wouldn’t let it go.”

I have a Rat Terrier mix, not the most beautiful little lady in the world but she makes-up for her homely looks by being very affectionate, needy and extremely energetic. As her breed name implies, the “Rat Terrier was originally bred for ratting and farm work, capable of hunting rodents and vermin above and below ground.” Now I don’t live on a farm and rats are non-existent in my little piece of suburbia, but squirrels and chipmunks that is another story.

I live in an older subdivision filled with old oaks and poplars. In my yard alone I have 12 stately oaks…

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