Adoption is not an easy decision. Adoption is considered as a challenge which can work or fail simply. Adoption can be defined as human action which is taken often by parents or only one parent. Adoptive parents go to a foster home or to an orphanage and they choose one child or more in order to be moved to live with them. They carry all the responsibility of this child, feeding him and getting him well educated and well mannered.
Most studies show that not all parents manage to do their mission perfectly. Such inability may be because of financial issues or unstable emotions. Yet some other adoptive parents succeed in tackling the process of adoption very well in a smart way. Erin and Rachel were a happy married couple. They had two adoptive children named Rita and Lucas.
Rita and Lucas were of dark skin. Though their relative and friends objected their decision of having black children being raised in their home, Aaron and Rachel didn’t listen to such critical thoughts. They followed their own mind. They were fully convinced of their points of view. Aaron and Rachel were of a white complexion.
When doctors informed them that they couldn’t give birth to any child, they didn’t cry, lamenting their luck. Rather, they found that adoption was the only solution. Erin and Rachel chose children of black skin so as to share to their racial families that the Blacks were all human beings just like them. However, after some period, Rachel became pregnant through two implanted frozen embryos in her womb. Aaron and Rachel were very brave when they preferred that these embryos be of African American origin.
Here was Aaron and Rachel was challenging all the people around them to be real parents of black babies who seemed unusual something for anyone. Rachel gave birth to three girls of black skin for the second time. Aron and Rachel were fighting those believing in racial discrimination. Erin told his wife, I can’t believe that there are still racists hoping the Blacks be eradicated completely from the face of the Earth. They have no kind of humanity they couldn’t understand.
The fact that we’re all equal colored different skin doesn’t mean that the whites are more superior over the Blacks. A white man is not the right to dominate and control a black man’s life. God grants all people freedom of action and freedom of selfdetermination. Nobody should judge another body in accordance with his or her skin color. It’s an unacceptable practice to believe in such silly methods.
Instead, a person is usually proved good or bad through the achievements he or she has already accomplished and through the benefits they’ve presented to all humanity. Lena, Jenna and Jane are the lovely girls in the whole world for me, in spite of being black, unlike me and you, work colleagues often blame me for accepting the blackblooded children. My permanent answer is that I’m a man of principles, a man who never differentiates between a white man and a black man, a man who aims at changing the artificial world around him, a man who wants to make fixed, well established, and insignificant beliefs of previous ancestors. A man who seeks to give the Blacks a new opportunity to be survived, to enjoy life, to get good education, to live a healthy and peaceful life, to earn decent money, to occupy very high and prestigious positions, and to be active and energetic members of their societies. I never feel ashamed to have five dark children, as some people claim.
Rather, I’m full of pride of them. They never let me down. They always exceed all my expectations with their incomparable progress on their study. If I say a last longing wish in my life, I wish I’d be able to be alive until I see my children as adults with high positions and good reputations. It was apparent that both Aaron and Rachel was a great couple.
They did whatever made them comfortable and happiness without paying attention to people around them who directed abiding criticism to them every now and then to adopt strange black children of a different ethnic background. They usually replied to such empty and biased critics, saying that it was their business and not anybody else’s. They were brave and courageous. A problem faced Aaron and Rachel when they decided to immigrate to a foreign country, as his salary of his current job was not enough to fulfill the kids basic things. Erin was a little bit afraid of the fact that his black children would not be able to adapt with the new environment, especially that the people of this new country were fanatic for whites.
Erin expressed his state of being afraid about his children. For Rachel. I’m worried about our kids, Rachel. They may face various types of racial attacks. They may be unable to defend themselves as they are still young.
In particular, Rita and Lucas might be a victim of racial discrimination. People would make them hate themselves and hate their color. They may choose to commit a suicide, as I fear in different stories like this. We must protect them. We must teach them how to defend the origin of their ancestors.
Rachel replied, I do not share with you the same feelings. In contrast, I think that both Lucas and Rita are selfconfident and strong enough to stop anyone from condemning them. We’ve already taught them how to love their color, how to be in harmony with their facial differences, and how to embrace their conservative traditions and customs. Although they’re not adults, their argumentative skills are amazing. They know very well how to argue logically and how to make the other side speechless.
I trust them limitlessly. Erin was still anxious about his children, but Rachel’s talk gave him some hope. Actually, the whole family reached the destination where Aaron was supposed to start his new work at school. Colleagues of Lucas and Rita began sarcasting them heavily. What Aaron was afraid of was happening right now, yet Rachel’s trust in her adoptive children was well placed.
For example, when Lucas College made fun of Lucas’s dark complexion, labeling him as a Savage, Lucas replied, as a friend in a very remarkable way, ask yourself, before you hate me, why do you hate me? Look, you remain silent because you have no real justifications behind your violent attitudes. For me, it’s a matter of inherited messages and repeated false stories about the history of we black people. They portray us as savages and cannibals who have barbaric brutality. When you ask yourself seriously the reason why you hate black people, it will be most likely because of some negative experience you might have had, which has led you to broad brushing an entire group.
Or you have preconceived notions because what you’re taught it may be even because of how we are badly depicted in the media. Part of me is heartbroken and torn to pieces that someone could hate me as much that they want to take life from me. Do not you pity me? Don’t you consider me as your brother? Try to embrace the principle of innocent until proven guilty.
That might help you fight your racism. I have an idea for you. Get to know one or two of those with dark skinned like me and see if they’ll be so kind as to tell you about their lives and share your feelings about life with them. But assume that you’re telling you the truth and listen closely. In other words, put down your great equalizer and take the risk of connecting.
I also believe that acknowledging the hate and wanting to eliminate it are great places to start. Sometimes we dislike things we do not understand. I would seriously think about the differences and similarities you may have with black people and wonder how much of what you know about is influenced by media or other things. If you take back about 400 years, you may be surprised to see a completely different image of black people. I wish you success on your journey.
Stop focusing on skin color. Start focusing on the human being. You do not have to stop hating black people because deep down you know they’re better than you are unless you change your mentality. Stop hating someone for things that are completely out of their control and get help because you obviously do not have something right going on in your head. Do not take other people’s lives because we’re all put on Earth to live our life purpose.
Hand the guns in and admit how much time you waste on hating black people. You have a pathetic life. Figure out what made you hate us in the first place. Were you taught bad experiences that you made prejudice against all of us? Maybe hating black is a way through which you feel powerful as a person, but it only makes you ignorant to remove your hate for us.
Simply remove your skin underneath. We all have red blood and stone colored bones. Lucas turned out to be a boy of a brave heart. Despite his young age he had an extremely distinguished intellect. His amazing and logical argument made his white College.
Unable to utter any word, he laughed at him no more. Rather, he began respecting him and believing in his human intelligence. As for Rita, she also defended herself. Notably Rita’s white friend Helen continued ridiculing Rita yet Rita taught her a lesson which cannot be forgotten. I do not know why most white people hate the black human beings.
Black people are so human. Why you forget the color is given by God all people are equal. I think people cannot discriminate others on the basis of color. Today advancement in the world is coming day by day. A lot of thousands of great men come from black communities and rule the world wisely and everyone loves them.
Your growth cannot be defined by your color. If you hate black then you cut eyes because there are also blackish parts in your eyes. I think we’re all equal and never categorize anyone in matching with the color. Rita explained. Thanks for reading.