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Hate Groups

Those who hate have no place
Show no face in America
Isolated by their fright
They form assemblies in the night
Passing their terror onto others
Who know them not nor why?
They’ve forgotten where they are
A land of freedom far
Removed from fear and hate
A place of rights for everyone
Rights to life, and liberty
Gained by hostility to all
Tyrants eager to destroy
American land of the free
You have these same rights
Don’t you hold them close?
When your hate is confronted
Your existence depends on
American rights undisturbed
Yet you deny others this
Freedom given by law
Turn your hate into curiosity
Study everything
Create an upswing in your life
Through knowledge
Understanding lessens fear
Appreciate what we hold dear
Join our freedoms cheer
Learn to love

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The Big Bang

I can’t believe this universe is an accident caused by an explosion from out of nothing. Just doesn’t seem logical it happened that way. If it was an explosion, maybe a controlled explosion, on purpose, to form the universe. Then, it could have grown from something very small. Seeds produce plants thousands of times bigger than the seed. As it grows it expands as the universe is doing. If it were a living thing as most things are it would expand when breathing in as your chest does; shrink when breathing out. The universe is far too ordered to be an accident. Things happen for a reason even if we don’t understand that reason. There is a vulnerability in labeling a phenomenon with a theory. Researchers start trying to prove the theory instead of continuing to look for other possible solutions. How important is it to have an answer? There are many things about life and the environment that remain unknown. It is OK to say “I don’t know.” “Wisdom is knowing you don’t know anything” said Socrates. We may never understand why certain things happen, so why worry about it.

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