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What are the roots and causes of Black on Black violence? And what is to be done about it?
Each year, roughly 7,000 blacks are murdered; 94 per cent of the time, the murderer is another Black person. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, between 1976 and 2011, there were 279,384 black murder victims .The 94 per cent figure suggests that 262,621 were murdered by other blacks.
Though blacks are 13 per cent of the national U.S. population, they account for more than 50 per cent of homicide victims. Nationally, the black homicide victimization rate is six times that of whites, and in some cities it is 32 times that of whites. Blacks are also disproportionately victimized by violent personal crimes, such as assault and robbery.
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The shocking death of beloved funny man and iconic actor, Robin Williams, awakens us to the severity and danger of depression and its link to suicide. We may wonder why someone who apparently has “everything” – a loving family, fame, wealth, a successful career -- would choose to take his own life.
It may come as a surprise to discover that there are many causes of depression, and external factors are not the main cause. Join our Health Guru, Beverly Nadler, today, and find out more about depression, including the link to alcohol, drugs and suicide and why, in spite of a much greater incidence of depression in women, a much larger percentage of men take their own lives. On this very important show, you will learn the signs of depression, and what can be done to heal…and how to prevent depression in the first place.
Get to the Root of the Problem. Anger is the fruit of rotten roots. One of the primary roots of anger stems from the family. Angry people come from angry families because they learn from their role models and carry on the same behavior in their own lives, eventually passing it on to their children.
Injustice—when people mistreat us but there’s nothing we can do about it, we get angry because we feel it isn't fair. As much as we’d like to change the situation or the person who’s treating us badly, we can't. People can't change people; only God can change people. So it's best to put our energy into praying for the offender.
Impatience—often produces anger when we can't get what we want when we want it. When our progress is hindered or slowed down because of others, it’s easy to become impatient. Most of us struggle with impatience on a daily basis simply because of today's fast-paced world.
Abuse of any kind—sexual, physical, verbal, emotional or mental abuse almost always leads to anger. They’re all injustices, which eventually leave the abused feeling helpless and angry. Abuse of any kind can’t be ignored. We must deal with it and process it before we can get free of it.
Masks of Anger. Sometimes we use masks to cover up the things we don't want anybody to see. If we’re harboring anger, we think masking it keeps others from knowing the real us. So we hide behind a variety of masks in an attempt to trick people into thinking we're something or someone we're not. I’ve discovered that people respect you more if you share your real self with them rather than trying to hide everything.?
Face the Truth... And Choose Your Pain if you want the great and mighty things God has for you, you must get to the root of anger and deal with it. Get rid of the masks and face the things that happened in your life that made you the way you are today. Admit that you can't change by yourself. Until the root is removed, it’ll continue to produce one bad fruit after another. Too often we spend our lives dealing with the bad fruit of our behavior, but we never dig deep enough to get to the root of the problem. Actually, when we're faced with anger, we must choose our pain. Digging deep to take care of the bad root is painful, but it’s the only lasting way to take care of the problem. We can either suffer positively, doing what’s right or we can go with the devil's plan. But remember, the same devil who tempts you to follow your human feelings will later condemn you for doing it. You must decide if you want the pain that will take you into a new realm of glory or to keep your same old pain and try to hide it while it's rotting inside you.
Is Anger Sin?
Is all anger sin? No, but some of it is. Even God Himself has righteous anger against sin, injustice, rebellion and pettiness. Anger sometimes serves a useful purpose, so it isn't necessarily always a sin. Obviously, we’re going to have adverse feelings, or God wouldn’t have needed to provide the fruit of self-control. Just being tempted to do something is not sin.
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People are born to be free; it’s a gift from God. We’re not to be free from responsibility, but free to be led by the Holy Spirit. Any time our freedom is taken away or given away, we experience anger.
It can be well and good to understand why anger exists but we are still left with the question: What is a person to do when it comes on? Is it proper to let it all out and get it out of one's system as some experts suggest? Should a person go into the closet and scream at the top of their lungs? Or should a person keep anger from being expressed at all? The answer, according to Dr. Carter, is "IT ALL DEPENDS." Listen to tonight's show as we figure this out!
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Anger happens to the best of us! Your response to anger is based on trusting God and and meditating on His Word.
Proverbs 14:30, A tranquil heart gives life to the flesh,but envy makes the bones rot.
Proverbs 17:14, The beginning of strife is like letting out water,so quit before the quarrel breaks out.
Proverbs 19:11, Good sense makes one slow to anger,and it is his glory to overlook an offense.
It is an honor for a man to keep aloof from strife,but every fool will be quarreling.
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