"Racism is just a playground of mirrors where we reflect ourselves. Sometimes, such as in racism, we use our differences as an excuse and opportunity to act out and reveal our condition." ~Joe Simmons
It's not just a lack of justice thing. It's a self-hate thing. Racism is just a playground of mirrors where we reflect ourselves. Sometimes, such as in racism, we use our differences as an excuse and opportunity to act out and reveal our condition. When we love ourselves and each other, justice takes care of itself. Otherwise, the pursuit of justice is a mute point and futile undertaking, in my opinion.
The good news is that the context gives us a comparison to love and a reason to engage and feel whatever comes up. We remember that as the humans, we can't experience a thing unless we can compare it to something else. Mission accomplished there.
To progress, the first question is, do we have a desire to move past the "racism" and "injustice" to the next level, which is to recognize and access the love?
Second, what are the seeds of love and healing that will automatically precipitate an aspect of love that we call "justice"?
Next, who's accountable for planting the seeds? Finally, who's responsible for the end result?
Any other exploration is futile in regard to eliminating "racism" and accomplishing "justice", in my opinion.
Metaphysical Visionary and Speaker