14
Apr
2017

Hospital Administrator

Write the first relates specifically to the black race, and it is interesting to clarify that currently I have seen a substantial change in how the application of this concept, but is still in force in the sacred writings we read: a Enoch also Oey saw the rest of the people, who were the sons of Adam, and were a mixture of all the descendants of Adam, save that of Cain, because of the seed of Cain were black, and had no place among ellos.a a Pearl of Great Price Moses 7: 22 Writing the second refers to the inhabitants of the Americas, the current indigenous, and says of them, the following: a Oey he had brought down the curse on them, even a painful curse, because of their iniquity. a For behold, they had hardened their hearts against him, so that they had become like a flint, and therefore, because they were white and very beautiful and delightful, the Lord God made the covers one dark skin, so that not attracted to my people. a And thus saith the Lord God: I will have to be nasty to your people, unless they repent of their iniquities. a And cursed be the descendants of those who mix with the seed of them, for they will be cursed with the same curse. And the Lord spoke, and it was. a And because of the curse that came upon them, became an idle people, full of evil and cunning, and hunters of wild animals in the desierto.a a 2Nefia Book of Mormon 5: 21 a "24 a I have often wondered, would happen to the white race, if the Lord God, resolved to punish them for some of the endless iniquities against all humanity, which would be the color of their skin and appearance of his face. a I know that my Father in heaven, never condemn any of her children, let alone their descendants, to a punishment of this nature, the color of the skin is a blessing from God, not a brand discriminatory, by contrast, is a manifestation of his love, his power, and glory.

a Now, if only as food for thought, culminated with the reading of the statement issued at the World Conference against racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance in Durban, South Africa in the months of August / September 2001. a urge States to ensure the right of persons belonging to national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities, individually or in community with other members of their group, to enjoy their own culture, to profess and practice their own … religion in private and in public, freely and without interference, and to participate effectively in cultural, social, economic and political life in which they live, to protect them from any form of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance which are or may a serlo.a All races, all creeds, all languages have equal rights to its creator. a When your children raise us a prayer to the heavens, all humankind in his mouth. a Analyst, Business Management, Consultant in Economics, Religious Leader, Theologian, Hospital Administrator

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