“Love” as I have used it, refers to freely recognizing the humanity (the physical, emotional, and spiritual experiences common to all people) in another human being, and treating that person as you yourself would like to be treated. This includes affording them the same freedoms that you yourself enjoy without persecution.
(Re: Words Matter)
Clay Rivers

H., thanks for the highlights. I went back to read what you highlighted, only then did I notice how atrocious my proofreading prior to publishing this piece was. [shudders] Thanks!

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