SUNSHINE MIXED WITH A LITTLE HURRICANE

Shivani Saharia
Posted January 2, 2017 from India

Yes

I'm a Girl

Yes I speak fluent racing..

[Racism] is not about how you look, its about how people assign meaning to how you look. The people of the world, all of them whether it is the different race or the different languages or different lifestyles, lead to only think about what we cannot share, But our brains are all the same.We are the same people with everyone's strength we can all share the same feelings.

Being forced to select "other" when filling out the questionnaire that asks you race.For those of you, who are tired of hearing about racism, imagine how much more tired, they are, who are constantly experiencing it. You will never influence the world by trying to be like it.

Being mixed race, exotic long hair or anything is considered beautiful.While we "normal" girls are just sitting like "OK".

This is so perfect. The time you look at two skulls. You don't know if it's a boy and a girl, a girl and a girl, a boy and boy, a black man or an Asian, you know nothing. Just the simplicity of connection and the beauty of two human being sharing love and that is all that should ever matter. I can't think of many things more attractive than a beautiful person whose beauty isn't what actually attracts you. I have a dream that my children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.

People act in whatever regrettable ways. They do because of Fear. Lack of trust in humanity of human race.

Don't tell her she's pretty for a dark skinned girl. Dark skin is not a badge of shame but rather a glorious masterpiece created by God. Don't let society label you !!

DIPPED IN CHOCOLATE

BRONZED IN ELEGENCE

ENAMELED WITH GRACE

TOASTED WITH BEAUTY

MY LORD ! SHE'S A BLACK WOMAN..

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Jill Langhus
Jan 03, 2017
Jan 03, 2017

Hi Shivani. Thanks for your post. It would indeed be a wonderful day that no one was judged by the color of their skin, or their gender, or sexual orientation, or religion, and anything else that seems to divide people... for we are all connected, and we are all the same: human.

Shivani Saharia
Jan 03, 2017
Jan 03, 2017

Dear Jlanghus ,

Thanks for reading.

Jill Langhus
Jan 04, 2017
Jan 04, 2017

You're welcome:)

Lisa Anderson
Jan 03, 2017
Jan 03, 2017

Dear Shivani,

You offer such thought-provoking posts! I enjoyed reading your ideas about how we perceive people based on identities such as race. Keep writing and sharing your mind!

Warm regards,

Lisa

Shivani Saharia
Jan 03, 2017
Jan 03, 2017

Dear lisa 

Good Day

Getting published and speaking out what is there in my mind and sharing of the ideas which are usually closed in our society , And getting heard by millions of people globally is so wonderful and inspires me to be more active in my writings . 

Regards ,