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[Download] ➻ Nowhere to Belong: Punished for the Colour of Her Skin ➼ Harmony Brookes – Viagraonl1ne.us
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Nowhere to Belong: Punished for the Colour of Her Skin
  • Harmony Brookes
  • English
  • 05 March 2017
  • 9780340977132

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  1. says:

    What is a colour If not a Hue Red, yellow, green, purple, white, black or Blue It really does not matter, to Me or to YouWhat religion, creed, persuasion, gender, is it true We are all made equal, humans of all kindBut, individuals, being controlled, majority are BlindJudging each other, bigoted, racist and cruelIndoctrinated, linear, dumbed downA Fool Monitored, pigeon holed, judged by our actionsLabelled, given a Know Ledge, put into factionsAll in formation, swimming the right, or rite, wayA caste system, a pawn, a player, a pre dater, or prey So what is a colour A pigment, a hue, a spectrum of Light, or a Shade A rainbow, a prism, or Prison Diluted, masked, weakened to FadeOpen One s Eye, see the real picture, see the WholeIgnore the rules, laws, acts, that trap and Control Bigotry and hate and judgemental egotistical tendencies is not a human condition Where one is born, educated, influenced as a child has a major impact on one s outlook on life However, at some point in one s life one will have an epiphany, one will feel one s heart grow heavy, whether it is a case of watching the rhetoric or propaganda on MSM or, whether one has experienced hate, or perpetrated hate and judgements ...


  2. says:

    I was brought up by loving foster parents, but still carried around that little bit deep inside that festers because I was given away I knew I was lucky, but still the feeling remained I Thought if I read about other foster kids who had not been with such loving families, then it would alleviate the feelings Well, there are so many books, I chose this one because the title echoed the part of me that felt the same and the little girl on the cover looked simi...


  3. says:

    Deeply sad unfortunately this is a real story I can never imagine someone could bear this experience as child It s lovely that she choose to share this experience as book to encourage others to seek for help and tell them it s never late to seek help.


  4. says:

    I want to write to Harmony Brookes with sympathy for her lost childhood and admiration at her strength Such a moving story.


  5. says:

    This book moved me so much Tragic what happened to her but remarkable the inner strength this little girl has


  6. says:

    I can t even find the right words to describe the way this book made my heart ache Never would I have ever imagined in a million years someone could survive this much abuse.

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