As he was transferring from Miami to this other state within America, the Miami customs asked him to enter this room so he could be further interviewed of to why he was traveling…
After waiting into this big room with hundreds of other people for 4,5 hours which made him missed his transfer flight, they called his name up.
The first question that the security personals at the Miami customs asked him screaming was “Sir are you going to Qatar ?” My friend responded with “No I am transferring to this other state here in the U.S. ” The security personnel at customs responded with “Are you sure sir ?” My friend responded with “Ofcourse I am sure”
My friend’s name is Rachid he was born on the Island of Curaçao which is situated in the Caribbean, he has a dutch passport.
Now, because of his name and his looks he was treated inhumanely.
He was treated like he was less worthy.
Now imagine how many other earthlings with names, colors, looks or religion backgrounds that are innocent bystanders but that are being treated the same or worse and placed into a categories because of another’s greed ?
We are all earthlings, does not matter which race, profession, religion, looks or language you speak, this land was made for you and me.
When we spoke afterwards I told him, have compassion for them.
Just stay as you.
Observe, watch all unfold as a life lesson.
However do not get identified with such actions.
It will only drain you.
As the security customs are being trained to see through the eyes of fear and separation.
But you that sees through the eyes of love and oneness.
Who is now seeing clearer ?
The one that has no mist blocking its view.
As so keep your lens clean.
Know your worth.
See your light and see their light also.
Within all spaces keep your light shining for others to feel.
Be the love that this world so desperately needs.
Be the Change through your deeds, words and actions.
I love you.