OK. New post. It is Martin Luther King Day. I know it has a new name but I prefer the one I grew up with.
Thank heavens for people like him. If only we could look at people and not see color. Here in Utah, there are not a lot of black people. Personally, I love their dark skin. I think it is beautiful. In fact, I dated a guy in college who was from Africa. He was brilliant. Spoke 8 different languages and had served a mission and was a wonderful guy. A little intense, but nice. He wanted to marry me and begged my mom to tell him the secret to my heart. She loved him because he spoke Norwegian. I just wasn't in love with him.
Anyway, I remember watching Oprah and realizing for the first time that she was black. I seriously had never noticed. I just didn't see it. I would always like to be the kind of person who doesn't notice that.
I love my dad but I think he is a little prejudiced. I grew up with him making little rude comments about indians, mexicans, and blacks. They were all stereo typed. It used to make us kids so mad. I wonder if he said it just to get a rise because he never seemed to treat people different or rudely when he was with them.
I had a cousin who lived in Florida who was also REALLY prejudiced. It amazes me.
If "white people were smarter, they might even realize that black people are not only equal, but possibly superior. They have these wonderful bodies that athletically speaking, are .....well, I have not words to desribe it. Their skin, because of the the darker color ages slower. They sunburn less and I personally love their beautiful, full lips!
Now, as far as other races go, my husband is really attracted to the Chinese look. I found this out just a little while ago. He really likes Lucy lu, or however you spell her name, and some of the other asian actresses. Although he really likes Hale Berry too.
The point is. We are all beautiful. Beautiful in our differences. Whether we are short, tall, fat, thin, black, white whatever! I love a rainbow of colors! My wish is that in our world we can always look at each other and just see a beautiful spirit. Period.
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