On a day where I had to hand my four-legged son off to my parents (if you know me, you know that was rough), and a day where I’m packing and preparing to take my first international trip for vacation tomorrow (Cancun), and on a day where I can’t stop thinking about that damn mysterious missing plane (!!!! ???), I couldn’t think of a great way to let my readers know that I’ll be absent for a few weeks.
Then I read a great blog post by one of my favorites. It’s a topic that I’m so passionate about… and I just decided that I’m passing it along, paranormal or not. Although, I would argue that this post would fit quite well under the topic of “spiritual”. Maybe? I dunno. The good news is, I’m in charge here. 🙂 Anyway, this is probably only the 2nd or 3rd time I’ve re-blogged. Please enjoy, and if you feel so inclined, please pass it along.
When we return from Cancun I’ll immediately take off for the TAPS and Chip Coffey at Belvoir Winery event. I’m so excited to report back after both of those experiences! And yes… I’ll keep my eyes open for paranormal activity in Mexico.
Peace, everyone! Spring is coming!!
“When conservative Christians find out I’m gay, they almost all say the same thing: ‘I know gay people think Christians hate them, but I don’t. I love gay people. I may not agree with them, but I love them.'”
(Today’s post is from Justin Lee, Author of “Torn”, and the Executive Director of The Gay Christian Network.)
You’d be surprised how often I hear this. Christians are constantly telling me how much they love me.
If they treat me disapprovingly, it’s because they “love the sinner and hate the sin.”
If they preach at me, they’re “speaking the truth in love.”
If they distance themselves from me, it’s because they’re showing “tough love.”
Yet they wonder why gay people don’t feel very loved.
It reminds me of a scene from the 1960s musical film My Fair Lady. Eliza Doolittle, a poor flower girl, has worked hard to overcome her…
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