Separating Religious Identities from Nationality

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Great story to read! It gives me a lot of hope to know that the Indian kids born in America have imbibed the American values of equality, justness, and fairness and have rejected discrimination.

They have also rejected the poison some of the parents injected against fellow Americans of different faiths, races, and ethnicities. You may like this article as well –

I am glad I did not “dump” my religion or culture on my kids. They are Americans, and they need to live the American way of life with the least amount of conflicts. However, as an Indian who imbibed the most significant ethos of Indian Pluralism, I took them to every place of worship, so they don’t grow up to be bigots. If they run for public office, all Americans will embrace them. Thank God for that.