Remembering why I’m off today

I love that young children see differences between people — shapes, sizes, personality traits, colors, body parts, quirks and features — as facts, or curiosities. They don’t see them as being “good” or “bad”.

I wish we would all act like children more often.

Thanks to Elizabeth for finding the link below. I love listening to Patty Griffin and if her song isn’t a powerful tribute today, I don’t know what is:

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