We don’t realize the latent potential we have to flip the script and change the popular narrative of Muslim-panic and atheist-distrust. But it requires us to speak up, to defend each other against unfair attacks, and to try and see past our differences.
Does the gay man’s life experience and relationship set him up in a better way to be a dad? Julian Redwood points out 3 ways in which it does.
How do we encourage others to grow and reach the potential we see in them? We lead the way by accepting their loving words of encouragement.
When one of family member turns to running, so do the rest. Perhaps it’s in their blood…
This is a comment by Lesli Doares on the post “Are Men Lazy?”