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Pride Vs Prejudice by Littlelion225 Pride Vs Prejudice by Littlelion225
While growing up, I discovered that I was programed with certain beliefs about everything from religion to life itself. I was taught not to question, just to believe. At some point I woke up, and began to examine every belief that was taught to me. Needless to say, that first day that I began to question, it was as if I took the red pill on the matrix. My eyes were opened, and I began to see the world as it truly is. I began to understand the mindset of humanity, and mans fear of change and of those things that are different. This becames self evident in the actions of man and it's organizations. While my eyes were opened, this does not mean that I felt a sense of superiority. In some sense, I felt a sense of despair, as with the ignorance came a sense of bliss due to the comfort of blind faith. Every so often, I feel a twinge of prejudism towards certain beliefs, or certain people. I still to this day must question myself. By questioning everything, I've found that the world has opened up to me. I have made friends. I have uncovered mysteries. I hope to do so till the end. It's the constant struggle between pride vs. prejudice.

This picture was taken in Minneapolis a few months back. I went to MPLS with some friends for a mini-vacation, and discovered this small event. I laugh when I say it is a small event. 400,000 people turned out for this parade. I took this picture, and I think it turned out pretty fair.
Littlelion225 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2005
Yep...when looking at the people it appeared to be a bit blurry. *shrugs*
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