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It's not the "thin blue line" that divides us, in Dallas and elsewhere. It's the line through the human heart, marking good from evil.

It's not the "thin blue line" that divides us, in Dallas and elsewhere. It's the line through the human heart, marking good from evil.

They're a mixture of green and blue and when you talk about a passion or the light hits it just right they become the brightest shade of green. Your eyes are my favorite color and I don't know how I will forget them. SL

"I wish I was fortunate enough to have never known you. " [excerpt from a story i will never write [prose] [long text]

Laverne Cox says we can't help transgender people if we don't even count them

Laverne Cox says we can't help transgender people if we don't even count them

Laverne Cox says we can’t help transgender people if we don’t even count them

In remarks at the beginning of the service, Auxiliary Bishop Andrew Cozzens said that “we stand together as brothers and sisters before our loving God united in prayer,” and linked the funeral to the Year of Mercy.

In remarks at the beginning of the service, Auxiliary Bishop Andrew Cozzens said that “we stand together as brothers and sisters before our loving God united in prayer,” and linked the funeral to the Year of Mercy.

photo here: “Cross… Crosses… just after the sunset at the Manapadu beach, Tuticorin District, Tamilnadu, India.” I’ve realized that my Waste Land series is going to get long and unwieldy in terms of people trying to navigate through the posts chronologically, so I decided that the best way to make them work is to link …

photo here: “Cross… Crosses… just after the sunset at the Manapadu beach, Tuticorin District, Tamilnadu, India.” I’ve realized that my Waste Land series is going to get long and unwieldy in terms of people trying to navigate through the posts chronologically, so I decided that the best way to make them work is to link …

“If I were to be silent, I would be a bad bishop.” He will continue, Cañizares added, to speak the truth, “even if some do not tolerate it and even if they crucify me.” The cardinal also said that “We need the family, and this [gender] ideology destroys it. That is why we are not to be silent, but we have to respond.”

Cardinal Cañizares: “I Shall Continue Even If They Crucify Me” - OnePeterFive

Gian Lorenzo Bernini - Scalone di Palazzo Barberini, Roma (1629)

Gian Lorenzo Bernini - Scalone di Palazzo Barberini, Roma (1629)

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