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“Fearful Experiences Aggravate Races (F.E.A.R)!

Ramesh C. Reddy

"Fear of man is a dangerous trap, but to trust in God means safety.  We must obey God rather than men! We need have no fear of someone who loves us perfectly!" (Prov 29:25,  Acts 5:29, John 4:18, TLB)

I asked myself, what am I told about man?
1. Fear of man is a dangerous trap.
2. Man should not be obeyed over God.

I asked myself, what am I told about God?
1. To trust in God over man means safety.
2. We must obey God rather than men!
3. We need have no fear of someone who loves us perfectly!

When I am fearful, I should not let the fear rule me but let the Lord's love rule me. This love has to rule when people are against us and berate us. When we do that, the love of Christ will permeate hearts and those we fear will start to love us too. I have experienced this first hand within the Black community.

When I came to America and decided to go to middle school in a predominantly Black neighborhood, I was made fun of almost everyday. I remember it like it was yesterday even as a grown man. They would look at my shoes and make fun of me. They would make fun of my accent and call me 'Gandhi' even though it had nothing to do with me being bald since I had so much hair that birds could perch in it.  It was very hurtful to listen to the comments and ridicule. 

The sad thing in all this is that it was Black students that were doing it to me. I could not understand why they alone would do it to me since I never did anything to them. Not once did I remember being bullied or being made fun of by White students or students of any other race. As I think back to those days, what was more shocking to me was it was never Afrikkan students even though their skin complexion was Black too. Rather, it was African-Americans alone doing it to me.

I would go home and tell my mommy what was happening but I never retaliated or even told the teachers. I just laughed it off even though it was painful. You see my mommy raised me with stories about Jesus while I was growing up even though I was not a Christian at the time. Later in middle school, I became a follower of Christ and started to read Gospel of John everyday. What also helped me was watching the Biblical cartoons, 'Flying House' and 'Superbook'. I would try to love everybody even those who made fun of me. From a young age, I learned the importance of love and forgiveness from Jesus. For the Valentine's Day edition of the school paper, I even published, 'Jesus loves you, Jesus loves me. If you want to learn more about Jesus, watch WPCB, Channel 40' 

Going to high school, being made fun of or ridiculed did not change. It was Black students again who would look at my white shoes and make fun of me saying, 'Girlie shoes, etc.' That was hurtful too. Again, I could not understand why they alone would do that to me. I would go home and tell my mom and brothers, 'Black students made fun of me again' 

While going to college or work, I had to always take the bus. Even though, I was made fun of by Black students in middle school and high school, I chose not to let that define me because my identity is in Christ. So, even though there were Black people in the back of the bus, I would go and sit there. Sadly, I was disappointed because once again, it was Black people who would laugh at me towards their Black friends and ridicule me. It was getting old.

On the street, when I was walking whether in middle school, high school, or college, if I walked towards a group of Black people, I was still ridiculed or even shouted at. I became scared to walk where Black people were because of my experiences that shaped my life. So, if I saw Black people coming towards me, I would cross the street because of the pain I endured through the years.

During those years, while growing up, I also learned to avoid crime infested neighborhoods such as East Liberty, Homewood, Wilkinsburg, Homestead, Northside, etc. What was shocking to me was, when I found out that those neighborhoods predominantly had demographics of Black people living there which I did not know until I was told. This only made my fear of Black people more intense because I found out they are not just responsible for ridiculing me, bullying me, making fun of me, but for drugs, gangs, homicides, etc in those neighborhoods, etc.

Now, as I think back, I can understand why my loving daddy moved us into a Jewish community even though it was expensive living there. He was predominantly thinking about the safety of my mommy and his boys while growing up. It was not an easy life for our family growing up because when I became sick, my loving daddy put his job in jeopardy for my sake. As I reflected back on Father's Day, Jesus gave me the best daddy I could have asked for as I think about the sacrifices he made for us while He was alive. It does not matter what job you have because if you lose the job, it is a struggle. As a Professor of Mathematics since 30 years old, my dad had saved a lot of money and we lived off the savings for many years. I did not mind eating peanut butter and jelly sandwich for four years in high school as my lunch. We loved our neighorbood.

Of course, I started asking questions about why the Black community could not be like the Jewish community or other communities since both experienced slavery and holocaust of their own kind but not as bad as what the Jewish community experienced.

It is then, I found out about the broken homes, single moms trying to raise their kids, unemployment, drugs, gangs, abortion, homicides, etc that plagued the Black community compared to the Jewish community, etc.

As I reflected back, I started to approach it from a psychological point of view having my background, specializing in clinical and social psychology whether it was in school or on my own. 

I learned a lot especially that our environment contributes to our upbringing more than heredity or genes. Not only that but how we view ourselves also contributes to how we view others and treat others. If we are told time after time that we are descendants of slaves and the white man was our master and wants to be our master again, etc, we start to believe that and instead of finding our identity in Christ, we find it in our hatred.

After I learned what majority of the Black people were going through, I felt sorry for them and wanted to make a difference. My mission became 'Counseling Broken Hearts with the love of Christ'.

With that in mind, I decided to write Christian 'Problem-Solution' poems and called it Rhythm And Poetry (RAP) deliberately in the hopes of reaching Black people in the workplace because I knew RAP was popular among Black people. My intent was to make them curious that this Indian person is claiming to have written Christian RAP and desire to read it. They did read it. I was sharing what Christ can do for each person regardless of their race but especially for the Black person. My first RAP went like this to introduce myself to the Black employees:

Ramesh is my name
Serving the Lord is my game
Christ did not come for fame
But to save you and me from the flame
So give Him your heart
By giving Him a start
So He can do His part
And Satan's fiery arrows, you can dart!

They loved it and loved me. After that, each day they wanted a new one and eventually when I left the workplace, they had been exposed to 31 problem-solution poems to help them find their identity in Christ alone to move ahead. One of the poems called 'Downing Depression' even saved a Black employee from commiting suicide. I just saw him last week again 23 years later and he was so joyful. There were those that were still making fun of me because of my accent, etc but my focus was on reaching them for Christ more than being afraid of being made fun off.

In college, I deliberatly joined Ambassadors for Christ (AFC),  an all Black fellowship among other fellowships too. Through the years, when I was on campus, I would love to cover 'Anointed Steps of Faith' and 'Some of God's Children' choir which were predominantly Black.

I also became the campaign manager for a Black student running for student government board, who was part of AFC, because I knew that he would make a difference for Christ on the board.  I handled most of the campaign including getting signatures, flyering, postering, etc. I was so thankful to the Lord Jesus, when he was elected as a board member. I knew a Black campus minister for 20 years and he was a friend of mine with whom I shared different things.

Even though, I had bad experiences with the Black community in the past, I did not let that fear define me from making a difference in their lives because of Christ. That said my fearful experiences of the past did not just go away. They still come up and I have to choose to not give in to those fears. So now when I am on the bus, if a Black person is sitting and no one sits next to him or her but stands, I deliberately go and sit. I have loved going to a Black church too. The love and excitement they have for the Lord Jesus is amazing. You cannot experience that in a White church even though I have experienced it in an Indian church. To this day, my mom and brother go to a Black church. I have loved listening to Bishop Joseph Garlington on radio and TV even going to Covenant Church of Pittsburgh in Wilkinsburg. We also wanted to send our children to Pittsburgh Urban Christian School in Wilkinsburg. All this even with my experiences because I wanted to focus on Christ.

In my life, I have rarely ever been called a racist because I love to show the love of Christ in word and deed. But, I never back down from speaking my mind bluntly regardless of who I am speaking to if I think they are wrong. It does not matter to me whether they are campus ministers, pastors, presidents, etc.

For eight years, I have spoken against our first Black president Barack Obama. It was not because he was Black but majority of his policies were policies that I cringed at. Since Trump became president, I kept seeing negative hate filled posts from so many of my friends including a Black campus minister on facebook. I kept quiet not to confront him because I knew him as a friend for 20 years. I was trying to emphatize with his pain. But it came to a stand still the day he posted that 'All Trump voters are racist just as Trump is racist'.

I am going to share just an excerpt of what I shared on his wall: 'Brother...., I saw you as a loving person following the Bible believing 'Bible is the Word of God'...These days all I see from you is your hatred towards Trump nullifying everything you taught the....students about 'Loving your enemies and praying for those who persecute you.' Instead you want to attack Evangelical Christians who voted for Trump. I know how you feel about Trump because this is exactly how I feel about Obama. Obama was the worst president in the history of the US......Brother....when we hate someone everything they do irks us and boil us but 'Love covers over a multiude of sins.' Trump has been more favorable to African Americans and Hispanics too. The sad reality is that the media still wants to portray him as racist, etc. As one campus minister to another....Brother.... we are Ambassadors for Christ and just like I have constantly spoken out against Obama, when he went against Scripture, you have every right Brother to go against Trump. I will too when I disagree.' When you use words like racist, etc you not only attack White Evangelicals who voted for Trump but your brother in Christ too who voted for Trump over Hillary: Lesser of two evils. Please read Romans 3:23-27...Have a Blessed Day Brother....Neither of us should lose track of 1 Corinthians 13. I know you boil for what Trump has been doing the same way I boiled for 8 years when Obama was president....We have to trust the Lord and pray for our leaders. Yes, I prayed for Obama. Do you pray for Trump?"

Sadly, this campus minister who I knew for 20 years not only blocked me but unfriended me on facebook. I was utterly shocked but this is the culture we are living in, a cancel culture that is easier to shut a person down we don't agree with than to dialogue. Some would say a dialogue is nothing but a smokescreen to impose only their views on another person to let them see it only their way. Yes, that could be possible but shutting people down shuts the conversations down without any resolution.

Why am I sharing all this with you all?

 We are living in a cancel culture that is willing to cancel people out and their views because they are offended and attribute racism to everything instead of looking deeper to a person's experiences. A lot of times we make bad judgments but even the judgments we make which we think are good and not illicit could be construed as racist by others without knowing the person. Many times we make our decisions based on our experiences from the past.

For example, if I decided to cross the street when I saw a lot of Black people coming towards me because of classical conditioning and experiences of the past, a bystander could view it as 'That person is racist' towards Black people not even knowing the person's past experiences. If a person decides not to sit in a bus where Black people are congregating, the same assumption is made that the person is racist towards Black people. This is wrong. If fear is the reason, we cannot attribute it to the person being racist.  Sadly, fear controls a lot of us. Fear of the unknown, etc.

I have had a lot of bad experiences with Black people than any other group.  Yet, this is the community, I have tried to reach the most in the past even though a Black manager is the one that asked me 'Do you have a bomb in your bag?', even though it was a Black employee that told me, 'Your people are the ones that bombed 9-11', even though it was a Black manager that was responsible for me being fired after he took over for a White manager that I had worked for 22 years. In kindergarten, first grade, and second grade, my daughter was bullied by a different black student each year.  Since, I went through my own experiences growing up, much has not changed.

We told our daughter to love like Christ does. We explained to her when she did not understand why they are the only ones that bully her, that they might be having a hard time at home so please be the one to love them like Christ did. One of our favorite teacher is a Black teacher. We want that same teacher for our other daughter when she goes to school.

When people go through negative things, fear makes them think a lot of negative things. But, we have to focus on the good in people too.

Why am I sharing my bad experiences and good experiences I have had with the Black community mainly?

It is because of what is happening in our culture right now. When people oppose a community or group, we cannot automatically impose racism on them without knowing what they personally have experienced. Because of my own experiences, I am in a better position to understand that fear and experience can rule people if they allow it too. I did not allow it to rule me. We have to allow love to rule over fear.

If Black people are fearful of police, they have every right to be because of their experiences. If a Black person sees a White officer and runs, it is not because they committed a crime but they are afraid. Our fear can make us do logical and illogical things.

For example, I saw a quote that said something to the effect, "We cannot demonize the Muslim community for 9-11 because of a few Muslims who have been responsible for terrorism in the world. We cannot demonize the Police community for the deaths of Black people because of a few police who have been responsible for the deaths of Black people."

Yet sadly, people who agree with the first statement are the same people who want to demonize the police. This is where it has become so political and illogical. Let us take the fear out and show the love of Christ. Let us focus on positive experiences we have had with people and not the negative. I know for sure that there are so many police that have helped Black people but the media won't report it just as so many Black people have loved me :)

No matter how much I was wronged growing up by certain Black people, I did not let that interfere with my love for the Black community because of my love for Christ. We need to do the same. Fear should not rule but love should rule. That does not mean there is no place for fear. A healthy fear is good for example, if I have the fear that if a candidate loses, the unborn will be decimated more again, America will become weak again, Israel will be opposed, Supreme Court will be in danger, religious persecution will rise, people's freedoms will be squashed under cancel culture, Black and Hispanic unemployment will become high again, and law and order will become anarchy, that is a healthy fear. If people think, I am racist, so be it. I care for the Black person as much as I care for any person.

As an Indian who suffered a lot growing up because of Black people, they have also been the ones to come to my rescue too as a grown up. Only a Black teacher could make my daughter stop from crying. Only a Black medical student would help us in our ministry without fail when he was so busy himself. Only a Black person on a PAT bus came to my rescue twice when I fainted in the bus last year. Only a Black manager told me he felt reassured when I worked a job because he knew the place would be in good hands. 

Let us not fear any race or person to the point that we miss out on what the Lord Jesus wants us to do. Let us always aim for love for there is enough hate in this world. Even if you hate a candidate, don't poison other people or make them think they will be seen as racist if they support so and so candidate. People have different reasons for supporting someone and it is our job to love regardless instead of passing judgment.

In closing, people are trying to use fear to demonize so and so party, so and so person, and so and so group. When people are asked why they do that, there response is that is how we grew up believing so and so party is against Black people, etc. Again we are letting fear rule and not love. Let us use love to make decisions where we investigate on our own from different credible sources using the Bible as our final source.

May you remember the love of the Lord towards those who berate you and become their beloved showing the love of Christ.

"Fearful Experiences Aggravate Races!!(F.E.A.R)/"Why let LOVE rule over F.E.A.R  in BLACK people's lives!"

Lord Jesus, we live in a culture where opposition to a party, view, etc is seen as racist. We live in a society where people automatically impose a racism label on people without understanding where they are coming from and experiencing. Please Oh Lord intervene and help Oh Lord. Let your Truth shine upon people's lives and not the lies people hear. Let your Word challenge people. Thank you so much Jesus. Touch each life Oh Lord for your honor and glory. In Your Name I Pray Jesus! Amen!

May the Lord Jesus guide you in His love leading you! Amen!

No matter what you feel in your heart, know that Jesus has come in and resides with you! You are not alone! To make your walk strong with the Lord, spend time in prayer talking to Him as you would to a friend. You don’t need special words to talk to the Lord. Spend time in His Word reading Psalms and turning them into prayer. Next allow God to heal you and speak to you through the Gospel of John or Gospel of Mark before moving on to other Books of the Bible! Slowly, let the Lord show you to which Scriptures He wants you to go to next. It is also important to be part of a body of believers to help you grow in the faith. Find a Bible believing church that preaches the Word of God from Genesis to Revelation proclaiming Jesus Christ our crucified and risen Lord who brings us hope, healing, and help by His grace alone!

Feel free to email me at if you want to meet to study the Bible, pray with, talk about Spiritual issues or whatever is on your mind! My number is 412-641-9426

"This is my work and I can do it only because Christ's mighty energy is at work within me." (Colossians 1:29, TLB)

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Mark 1:4-8: "Who do you P.O.I.N.T to in life?"   By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 15, 20, 9:11 a.m)

Mark 1:1-4: "Why bother with P.R.O.P.H.E.C.Y in life?"   By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 14, 20, 9:02 a.m)

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Philippians 1:19: "Who do you C.A.L.L often in life to intercede for others?"   By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 21, 20, 10:36 a.m)

Philippians 1:19: "What reason do you have to R.E.J.O.I.C.E in life?"   By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 20, 20, 07:11 a.m)

Philippians 1:16-18: "How are your M.O.T.I.V.E.S in life?"   By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 18, 20, 08:01 a.m)

Philippians 1:12-15: "What have your C.H.A.I.N.S done to others in your life?"   By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 16, 20, 11:50 p.m)

Philippians 1:12: "How can you feel S.P.E.C.I.A.L when things are going so wrong in your life?"   By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 15, 20, 2:14 p.m)

Philippians 1:9-11: "What is your L.O.V.I.N.G response based on?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 14, 20, 6:51 a.m)

Philippians 1:7-8: "How can your A.F.F.E.C.T.I.O.N grow towards others in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 13, 20, 11:00 a.m)

Philippians 1:7-8: "Why can you only be saved by G.R.A.C.E alone?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 13, 20, 10:51 a.m)

Philippians 1:3-6: "Why be C.O.N.F.I.D.E.N.T in the Lord?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 08, 20, 09:44 a.m)

Philippians 1:3-5: "How can you attain a P.A.R.T.N.E.R.S.H.I.P in the Gospel?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 08, 20, 09:44 a.m)

Philippians 1:3: "How will others R.E.A.C.T towards God when they remember you?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 07, 20, 10:07 a.m)

Philippians 1:2: "When do you B.L.E.S.S others in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 06, 20, 11:10 a.m)

Philippians 1:1: "Why bother to let others T.R.A.I.N you when you are already a leader?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 04, 20, 11:55 a.m)

Philippians 1:1: "Why should you believe you are H.O.L.Y instead of a sinner?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 03, 20, 9:53 a.m)

Philippians 1:1: "Who will you be a S.E.R.V.AN.T to in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 02, 20, 6:55 pm)

"What will your P.R.E.S.E.N.T look like in 2020?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 01, 20, 1:13 pm)



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