What kinds of things should we be saying that will show love and be life-giving to people?
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Suffice it to say that she was easy to spot, being the only white face in the building, apart from the swarm of media, panting for a quote, just outside.
She was easy to spot, being the only white face in the building, apart from the swarm of media, panting for a quote, just outside.
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If my greatest sin in the end is that I’ve been too open, too loving, that I’ve drawn the circle of inclusion to large, I’m willing to take that chance.
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In Remembrance of Matthew Shepard
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