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Mary Sue Rabe

Forgiveness frees us from the chains of regret and burden. It may not be easy, and might even take a long time for us to open our hearts, but it will be worth it in the end. The shackles of the burden and negativity that you have been feeling will break once you open your heart and mind to forgiveness.

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From a child’s point of view, especially back in the 50s when racism was at its peak, there was no invisible division between the white and the black. Mary, as a child, never saw any difference between the two and treated them equally. She loved her helpers, which were people of color, and was even able to create an impact in Mary’s life as a child.

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Sometimes, when parents don’t have the time to care for their children or do errands around the house, they hire a housekeeper. Back in the ‘50s, when racial discrimination was at its peak, White people usually hired Black housekeepers to do the housework for them and take care of their white children. Because of the discrimination between these races, White parents were unable to recognize the connection that has been made between the White child and the Black housekeeper.

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Growing up in a white family in the ’50s can sometimes lead to confusion about race, especially when racial discrimination was at its peak. How does color matter if everyone is the same- everyone is human. Black people aren’t supposed to be treated as downcasts in our society. And because of these discriminations in the ‘50s, children who are now adults end up in confusion as to why black people didn’t matter before when in the end, we were all human.

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Feeling empathy, compassion, and guilt is normal but did you know that white people often feel these because of white guilt? Know more about what white guilt is and how it can be present in the everyday life of white people.

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Millions of people have been and are being affected by this pandemic. Though times have been rough, we can still make use of this time to make the world right again. Here’s an insight on how in this time of a pandemic has made way for a slow change in everyone in the right way.

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Mary Sue Rabe

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Mary Sue Rabe has been an addictions counsellor, teacher, trainer, and has worked with 8 different energy healing modalities over the last 25 years. She is also the founder and director of "Women Healing the World", a creative community of women who want to make a difference for other women in our communities. Contact Mary for speaking engagements, interviews, or mentoring.

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