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Monday, April 04, 2005

This speaks to me

In A personal resolve to try to be more balanced The Anchoress writes of lessons learned from the life of JPII and gives us all something to think about. Her site is a daily visit for me.

A small excerpt:

I think it is very easy - incredibly easy - for those of us who have been raised in an era wherein everything is reduced to the political, and wherein the scorched earth mentality of the last 12 years (or perhaps longer, but I have only been really paying attention for that long) has been burned into our consciousness and our reflexes by incessant media exposure, to stop thinking of those who reason differently as fellow created creatures, and to see them more as merely, "the bad guys." And that is to our detriment, both as a society and in our personal lives.

Read the whole thing and drop by often as I do.
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