Terrence Steven Lake grew up black in Hamtramck, Michigan, with friends of all different colors.
While he could get along with everyone, he also spoke his mind. For instance, there was a white man at work from a totally different environment. The author told his co-worker that the white race as a whole had been the most violent race of people in the history of the world, explaining how the pharaohs came to Africa to enslave people to build pyramids pointing at certain planets at a certain time of the year.
After meeting and marrying Valerie, the author found himself increasingly questioning religion. Doubts about the nature and purpose of God, the universe, and man's place in the world began to plague him.
In sharing his life story, the author hopes to show that there is a reason that different races were put on planet Earth, and until that purpose is fulfilled, those who are not enlightened will be a threat to peace.
Nonfiction, Religion/Spirituality/New Age
Black and White
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