Thursday, January 21, 2010

Not surprised....

Reading some of this definitely gave me a headache. Mostly the comments that followed. After reading through several of them I came to this conclusion:

It is NOT my place to tell someone how to live their lives or to place my own beliefs onto someone else. Regardless of history or nature or whatever, marriage is just a word. It is what behind it that counts. People are "married" for several years or minutes and yet, it means nothing.
So let whomever get married. It is not going to effect my relationship with my husband in any way, and if anything it will make the world a better place because there will be less unhappy people (or maybe they will just find something new to bitch about).

So for those of you that read this blog, I challenge you to think about what it would be like if you were on the other side of the debate.
Not being able to do something because of your race, gender, skin color, or sexual preference is not right; no matter what religion you come from.


CookFamily said...

You live in Utah ans may have to face this mindset everyday. Out here in Florida, we just giggle at the references on Big Love. How strange that we agree on something. Love and be loved - anybody!

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