The story of the Jewish people is the ultimate allegory for perseverance. With origins almost as old as history itself, the Jews, through millennia of privation and persecution yet endured and prevailed.
Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, like so many members of the AAPI community itself, had to wait far too long to be recognized. As a result America has had to wait—and suffer—too. But it’s never too late to make up for lost time.
What is the racist—the hater—so frightened of? Men, women and children, mainly. They are frightened of ordinary people who happen to look different, possibly speak with a different accent, attend a different place of worship.
Now they are raising their own children with the same basic certainty they found as young Scientologists: that people are inherently good, and that religious freedom makes the world a better place for everyone.