Religious Freedom as a Social Justice Issue with Dr. Sabrina Dent, Tahil Sharma, Charles Watson and Victoria Hamilton - Shared screen with speaker view
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Here's my recent article on "Trump and Systemic Racism" https://www.laprogressive.com/trump-and-systemic-racism/
Hi all, Rhett Kuseski, Lake Forest/Irvine, CA, USASocial Action, Secular Humanism, Philosophy, Critical Thinking, Tech and UX Design.
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reminder to type questions into the Q&A instead of here in the chat
Charles Watson, Jr.
Golden rule, also has do not treat others the way you do not want to be treated. But I agree, it can have a selfish component to it. Be good and moral regardless of how other respond.
Thank you Rhett. It comes from the Jewish sage Hillel.
Jeremy and Rhett, this I do know! But the emphasis is so much on the treatment of others as we want unto us, especially in interfaith spaces, that it takes away from Hillel's point.
I am addressing more of the current use vs. the original intent. Appreciative knowledge for other traditions. :)
White Supremacists identity themselves, why not Christian Nationalist?
This was great. Bye all. Work meeting at 1p.
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Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of Sikhism, said "O Lord, I pray to never refrain from righteousness." That is what informs my understanding of selfless service to others. It informs that practice of doing unto others what is right no matter what. Not only because we want it for ourselves, but because it is right.
We all have to learn to break through that barrier.
Thank you all for bringing this important topic to discussion!
Thank you, everyone!