According to Webster: “nur·ture,” (in context) To love, care for and teach.
Which brings to question, (at least to my mind), what is being taught?
Irregardless of the conclusion that anyone may have come to as to who they are, we, Homo sapiens, are simply one of the billions of life forms that reside on this planet.
A planet that (albeit seemingly small), from the moon, at the equator, it measures (24,901.55 miles), and/or, (40,075.16 kilometers).
Although, if you measure the earth through the poles, the circumference is a bit shorter – 24,859.82 miles (40,008 km).
Thus, the earth is a tad wider than it is tall, giving it a slight bulge at the equator. This shape is known as an ellipsoid or more properly, geoid, and/or, “The surface of the earth that coincides everywhere with mean sea level. (earth-like).
The freedom of religion clause in the U.S. Constitution was instituted as a freedom of choice…
According to Webster: “free·dom,” n. The condition of being free of restraints; Liberty, free of oppression.
(America – free from oppression).
(Middle East – Doomed to follow).
Right from the get-go, Muslim children are introduced to the Koran.
Like father, like son – heritage, not selection.
Question: How many of you folks in America and around the world reading my blather today think choice is a bad thing?
(Standard in America).
(Standard in the Middle East).
The world is a large place, with room for everyone and for everyone’s choices. If a particular individual from a particular ethnic lineage wishes to live under the thumb of (a) religion, I have no problem with that, ..just don’t share it with me.
This is what I saw as a child…
..this is what Muslim children see.
Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow