What Are the Qualities of a Good Neighbor
Why You Should Be a Good Neighbor, and How to Be …
I personally do not hate Jewish people I just hate Israeli government because they are the most racist government in the world they persecute anyone who is not Jewish they are willing to Massacre hundreds of people to kill a few radicals you’d think with all the guns bullets and money the United States gives Israel they would be able to handle it without slaughtering Innocents in the name of the defence in my experience I’ve never met anybody who hates Jews the internet is full of racist people who loves to talk they are a very small percentage it’s hard to see this because you will never see non racist people going all over the Internet talking about how they don’t hate other races Hollow vessels make the most noise unless you experience racism personally I wouldn’t worry about it the world is full of dumbasses but I think the good people outnumber them
10-08-2017 · How to Be a Good Neighbour
We are on this planet to learn, start learning and quit pretending you know it all. God IS watching you every moment of every day. Don’t believe me? Look at our technology today, some of which can watch you every minute of every day. Now imagine the technology God has if he created the people that created that technology and multiply it by infinity. Good luck khazar!
Follow the Golden Rule to be a good neighbor
Once the Hebrews united, they were given the Torah and became a nation. But that nation was like none other. Being founded upon the principle of love of others, they were entrusted with a task to pass on the method for uniting, for loving your neighbor as yourself. This is when they were told that they must be “a light unto nations,” namely to show the way to unity to the whole world, just as Abraham had tried back in Babylon and wherever he went.
Community: 22 Ways to Be a Good NeighborMom it …
If my esteemed neighbor, theState's ambassador, who will devote his days to thesettlement of the question of human rights in the CouncilChamber, instead of being threatened with the prisons ofCarolina, were to sit down the prisoner of Massachusetts,that State which is so anxious to foist the sin of slaveryupon her sister--though at present she can discover only anact of inhospitality to be the ground of a quarrel withher--the Legislature would not wholly waive the subject ofthe following winter.