Freedom from racism and sectarianism

Leide Lessa was the guest on this live JSH-Online chat earlier this year. Leide’s great-grandmother was a slave in Brazil who married a native Brazilian. Later, the family evolved to include Europeans and Lebanese. So for her, this topic has a special resonance. Leide is a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science who lives near Boston, Massachusetts. This chat has been edited for readability. To hear the whole chat, go to sentinel.christianscience.com/free-from-racism.

I don’t hate anyone, but I’m afraid of people who act threateningly, especially if they are of a different race or background than I am. How can I overcome that?

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