A new series where the passion of food inspires me to go on a rant. Food has always had an important role in my life. (Ask my Family) I’d always be considered the greedy one of the family. I really enjoy seasonings and flavor – and food can take you on an adventure. Some of the best conversations I’ve had – have been at the Dinner Table. Consumption is a part of our existence.
First Up! Cake Donuts. The Joy. The Taste. I can go On and On…
What’s your favorite bakery item and tell me do you get this excited as I do? 😀
You can expect poetry, fun, and simply thrill. I mean …It’s a donut what more you need to be happy?
It’s necessary for us to engage. To challenge the systems which have been in power for so long. To ask questions about the way things flow. We all live different experiences and unfortunately, some of us have lives that operate under prejudice and targeted discrimination.
Prejudice and discrimination is a very formal and regulated doctrine. It involves rules that are spoken and enforced. Think of it like an app. It comes with its notifications and individual functionality. It has a mission and no matter how the intent is declared – is very direct about its subject of interest. We have to be willing to have a real conversation about the reality of division. Systems have been in place to separate us from each other.
I’m all for opening a real conversation about issues of discrimination and prejudice. Justice means being there for one another in our time of need. We can’t blindly turn our eyes to those who are suffering underneath systematic oppression. Even when we break this down to a micro level – we can see how individuals can judge somebody else because they have perceptions that are rooted in ignorance.
It’s never an untimely of a message to let people know you are there for them. You are there through any of the pain they may face. on a global scale – we have to be there for one another. Not allowing our conditions of belief to cripple our understanding for each other. It’s vital for all of us to keep going and to push into higher and brighter plateaus.
Sometimes we are not fully aware as to why we see others the way we do. We come up with catchphrases like “Love The Sinner, Hate The Sin” which ends up corrupting the whole idea of love. It bankrupts the idea of love and what it means to be there for them for who they are.