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Respect is best when it's general and objective.

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Submitted by Khalid (United States), May 24, 2010 at 18:58

Very inspiring. So many have inspiring stories to share. The best ones are monotheistic/philosophical. Likewise, everyone wants respect. The best respect is for Truth and morality without ego (selfishness) or general prejudice. I found this through the search engine since that's who I was looking for. I'm like old Malcolm X (heh) except that I was born Muslim and seek to marry a white woman like you. Love is also an attraction that should be respected since its supported by beauty and unselfishness (humility). Righteousness or respect is best when it's general and objective without being personal and subjective. Wrong or disrespect is worst when it's personal and subjective without being general and objective. Obedience to G-d and good morals is our only superiority above others. The opposite which is sin is our only inferiority. G-d (Allah) is and good morals are always superior to carnal and egos. May G-d (Allah) Help us get respect for our rights as Muslims (true monotheists) which are much greater than as any other people. Allah (G-d) Bless you and all else who seek to be and stay Muslim (truly monotheistic). Peace.

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