Friday, November 7, 2008

ps

i am now going to work on my anger and make it disappear. then i'm going to work on my love.

then i'm never going to post on the prop 8 subject again.

8 comments:

Liz said...

I think you're awesome. And I borrowed your facts. I hope you don't mind.

Good luck with the anger. For me, it's frustration that I have to overcome. I am just so frustrated with all this. It's obvious what is right and good, but personal desire is twisting doctrine so that what's black is being called white and vice versa. And of course, I can always work on being more loving. I think everyone should. Thanks for being you. You inspire me...frequently.

Liz said...

I just read your twitterings. I have had several people stumble onto my photography blog because of their search for "gorgeous granny." Honestly, I'm not even sure I want to know. I had used the title in reference to a picture I took of my mom (Granny to my boys). Ha ha! Maybe someone has a hunger problem and a mice problem? Yuck.

Amber Marie said...

I like your prop 8 posts. I am frustrated by what is going on and I don't even live there- but hear about it very often. There is a Skousen quote where he is saying that people ask him all the time why he is so optimistic when he knows how wrong the world is. His answer is, "...because I read the book. And we win" :) I think it is these kinds of things that test our faith in TRUTH. You have to really believe that truth eventually will prevail- which I know you do- but if you can believe that every minute of every day, maybe it will take up too much room for any anger to be there.

It sounds like a good idea at least ;)

Sue said...

Thanks for your thoughtful post on my blog.

By the way, I thought your initial post contained some excellent information, most of it neutrally presented. Now, with the addition of this post about love, I think you're batting just about 1000.

Keep writing about these things. You're good at it.

redstarmama said...

I'm right there with you, trying to turn anger to understanding, love to compassion and just move on.

AnnieBJ said...

I adore you. I think you've done a wonderful job at presenting the topic as fairly and honestly as you can. :)

taradise said...

Okay, let's be honest here - you will blog about this again. At some point. Because baby, it ain't goin away. And like your dad said when I talked to him about it yesterday, this is one of the great issues of our time.

racheyroy said...

i love you. the end.