This video shows us that Whites are the least racist of all people in the world. But I think that is because they used to be the most Christian countries in the world, and even though many Whites have lost faith in Jesus, their culture is still impregnated and defined by the archaic Christian moral values. But God’s children all over the world are actually the VERY least racist as well as the most inclusive people of all.
Well, maybe not all are, but they ought to be! Why? Because Jesus was not racist and very inclusive. He even died for everybody! Can’t beat that! And He even said that, “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him, should not perish but have everlasting life!” John 3:16. Do you? Are you racist?
Dasrath Manjhi, a landless farmer from India, made history after he spent over two decades chiseling away at a mountain with rudimentary tools, in order to create a road for his community, when the Government refused to.
If you’re looking for some motivation, stories don’t get much more inspirational than that of Dasrath Manjhi. 53 years ago, he set out to carve a 1 KM-long path through a rocky hillside, all by himself, in order to make it easier for his fellow villagers to access schools, markets and neighboring villagers. “This hill had given us trouble and grief for centuries. The people had asked the government many times to make a proper road through the hill, but nobody paid any attention. So I just decided I would do it all by myself,” Manjhi told Indian newspaper Tehelka, in 2007, a shortly before succumbing to the cancer that was plaguing him.
With just his chisel, hammer and shovel, this legendary man turned what was once a precarious one-foot-wide passage into a 360ft-long, 30ft-wide road accessible by bicycle and motorcycle. The hill kept the region’s villages in isolation, forcing people to trek through dangerous terrain for hours just to reach their lands or the nearest market town. Children had to walk eight kilometers to reach school, but thanks to Dasrath Manjhi’s handmade road, that distance has been reduced to three kilometers, and people from over 60 villages now use it every day.
May 17, 2010 By Lu Paradise — total views.
By Fr. Sunil De Silva, Archdiocese of Colombo, Sri Lanka
In July 2008 a severe persecution of Christians broke out in the Indian state of Orissa. A 22-year-old nun was burnt to death when angry mobs burnt down an orphanage in Khuntpali village in Barhgarh district, another nun was gang-raped in Kandhamal, mobs attacked churches, torched vehicles, houses of Christians were destroyed, and Fr. Thomas Chellen, director of the pastoral center that was destroyed with a bomb, had a narrow escape after a Hindu mob nearly set him on fire. The end result saw more than 500 Christians murdered, and thousands of others injured and homeless after their houses were reduced to ashes. Continue reading “Elephants Attack in Orissa After One Year of Persecution”