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the other side of the tracks

The Other Side of the Tracks

We cannot totally succeed in avoiding fear, but we do our best to try to protect ourselves from fearful situations. We build walls or fences and live on one side of the tracks. We stay with people who look like us, who think like us, who dress like us, who eat like us. And we hoard our resources to take care of ourselves because we are afraid that if we don’t that there might not be enough.  (Acts 15:1-12)