Tagged with prejudice

My NIMBY Campaign

Some people are prejudiced and judgmental. Not in my backyard. Some people are indifferent toward people who are poor or homeless. Not in my backyard. Some people prefer to protect themselves rather than to serve humanity. Not in my backyard. Some people project their fears onto the world around them. Not in my backyard. Some … Continue reading

Pride, Prejudice, and Politics

In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy is greatly understood by those with whom he has not developed an intimate acquaintance. Elizabeth, in particular, finds him offensive until she falls madly in love with him and they live happily ever after. Our pride and our prejudice stand in the way of compassion and understanding … Continue reading