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  • Studied General at Yelm High School
    Class of 1997
  • Lives in Littleton, Colorado
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  • 12/10/1978
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Politics is trying to divide us. Eugene Ionesco said, "Ideologies separate us. Dreams and anguish bring us together."

In line with that, I say, "We need to stop clinging to our left-wing or right-wing ideologies and seeing all people as one or the other. Instead, we just need to see people as people with dreams and struggles of their own. Only then can we work hard to help each other fulfill our dreams and get through the hard times together without becoming broken and divided. We don’t need to agree on everything but we should be able to discuss anything and everything civilly so we can at least understand each other’s points of view and continue to see others with whom we disagree as humans and love them as much as we love a friend."

From Facebook, I wrote this in response a divisive conservative post after I quoted Eugene Ionesco, "You might say that the Democrats are being divisive and then I would ask, "So you want to be a Democrat or maybe just like them?" Two wrongs do not make a right. They will never likely be Christlike but we should be so. This post is really divisive as it is meant to divide Americans into two camps the 'us' and the 'them'. While we play that game, we will be completely divided and that is Satan's plan not God's."

We as a people need to be more civil to one another, please! Spoken like it was coming from your mother's mouth.

I said this in a political group text, "All true but we should be more diplomatic in how we act towards God's children, our brothers and sisters. They will never come into Christ and submit to God's will as long as we treat them as outsiders, unworthy to sit down with us and talk civilly about things."

We need to repent which is another word for change. I am doing so as well and this post is proof of it. How about we all change.
Politics is trying to divide us. Eugene Ionesco said, "Ideologies separate us. Dreams and anguish bring us together." In line with that, I say, "We need to stop clinging to our left-wing or right-wing ideologies and seeing all people as one or the other. Instead, we just need to see people as people with dreams and struggles of their own. Only then can we work hard to help each other fulfill our dreams and get through the hard times together without becoming broken and divided. We don’t need to agree on everything but we should be able to discuss anything and everything civilly so we can at least understand each other’s points of view and continue to see others with whom we disagree as humans and love them as much as we love a friend." From Facebook, I wrote this in response a divisive conservative post after I quoted Eugene Ionesco, "You might say that the Democrats are being divisive and then I would ask, "So you want to be a Democrat or maybe just like them?" Two wrongs do not make a right. They will never likely be Christlike but we should be so. This post is really divisive as it is meant to divide Americans into two camps the 'us' and the 'them'. While we play that game, we will be completely divided and that is Satan's plan not God's." We as a people need to be more civil to one another, please! Spoken like it was coming from your mother's mouth. I said this in a political group text, "All true but we should be more diplomatic in how we act towards God's children, our brothers and sisters. They will never come into Christ and submit to God's will as long as we treat them as outsiders, unworthy to sit down with us and talk civilly about things." We need to repent which is another word for change. I am doing so as well and this post is proof of it. How about we all change.
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    I am trying to get us to talk. We need to be willing to see our bias and then avoid that bias long enough to hear the other side's view.
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    In line with that, I say, "We need to stop clinging to our left-wing or right-wing ideologies and seeing all people as one or the other. Instead, we just need to see people as people with dreams and struggles of their own. Only then can we work hard to help each other fulfill our dreams and get through the hard times together without becoming broken and divided. We don’t need to agree on everything but we should be able to discuss anything and everything civilly so we can at least understand each other’s points of view and continue to see others with whom we disagree as humans and love them as much as we love a friend."

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    We as a people need to be more civil to one another, please! Spoken like it was coming from your mother's mouth.

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