I truly wish I could empathize with Francine Farber (“On being a minority in Fresno,” Jan. 15) but we live in a country that embraces many different cultures. It is part of the allure of these wonderful United States.
Which one of us has not encountered some form of prejudice? We are a flawed people, but one has admonished us to “love one another and if possible to be at peace with everyone.” To be loved, one must be lovable, uncomplaining, thankful to live in this country, be a part of humanity with its diverse community and live positively and be forgiving to our fellow man.
Over 200 years ago, the Constitution was written following Judeo-Christian ethics. It has served us well regardless of individual beliefs as long as we are obedient citizens and treat each other as we would like to be treated. Proudly. An American!
Paula Moran, Fresno