“Both/and” is a freeing place but requires self-esteem honesty and a responsibility to truth.
Colette Clarke Torres

Colette, thank you. “Both/and,” what an inclusive alternative to “either/or.” I never thought of it that way. I’ve always thought that there is more than enough of anything to go around when we’re open and giving, and as long as we are God will provide more than we need. Jesus feeding the 5,000 immediately comes to mind. In a country such as this, there’s more than enough success, happiness, education, food, love to go around, when the gatekeepers do not withhold the opportunity to at least try from others.

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