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Rachel Dolezal; The Expanses of Truth

Role models have traditionally played an important function in the development of a child; even as adults we model contemporaries we find appealing or influential. The practicing of one’s Faith, for many, is a lifetime of modeling and hopefully into a state of grace that transfigures ones conscience we express throughout the human condition.

Rachel Dolezal’s modeling is something quite different. Hers is a modeling of selective-condition and though, in some ways, it is really no different than the various and synthetic assumptions made by others who express their preferences thru body modification(s), lifestyles and/or sub-culture affiliations. The underlying theme being, it seems, that an unsettled (internal) condition is driving an outward exhibition, the support of which requires a reformation to the boundaries of truth.

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