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Calling a person racist is like telling a person who is sick that he is sick. It is also like asking a person who has done something contrary to reason (what will become evident) to apologize. These measures have no use. We keep employing them though and as a result the world remains the same. There is nowhere, until now, where a person could go to get a dose of wellness/clarity/medicine as opposed to finger-pointing and name calling. Obviously we all have issues. I don't need a person to remind me that I have issues, I need a person - if he is truly less sick than I am - to help me get better, to offer me just the right medicine. The world will change when we know precisely what we are supposed to know - about anything, including how to see and deal with the challenges that we are facing.
Christian Awogbade, MBA, is a philosopher who lives in Birmingham, Alabama. His work as a thinker has resulted in two books, so far, as well as made him a successful Hotelier. Christian has developed sort after Organizational and Management theories that have created sustained competitive advantage for his business operations.