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this is equally not surprising and not good.
A question delightfully worth pondering:
“Is it possible that in treating children like children – both in the way we dress them and the activities we allow them to pursue – we will better prepare them for a natural, responsible transition to adulthood some day in the future?”
Good ground-level work advice to get your voice heard by your congressman or congresswoman.
I rarely, rarely post the same thing on all platforms, but that’s what I’m doing right now because this is an incredibly important message that must be given to as many people as possible.
“What matters is what we will do after this election. What matters is how we will treat each other in the coming days, months and years after whoever will win, wins. How will each of us exorcise this nearly demonic bitterness within us? Yes, you hate Clinton. Yes, you hate Trump. That’s fine. I’m more interested in whether or not you can love the person who voted for the candidate you hate.”
Finally, an article that can successfully compare American and European work traditions without lamenting that “If only we could be more like …”. A realistic perspective of American work ethics and habits contrasted with a realistic perspective of European habits will allow us to take the best from both and choose our own paths in life.
This article is very thoughtfully written and does not quickly dismiss one candidate or the other without careful and strategic moral reasoning. I highly recommend it for a quick read on the Catholic stance of voting.