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brett

Hey, great post. Interesting twist at the end. I think you're right - in the end, people will decide that you can't roll back rights. And the undecideds who witness any of these ceremonies will certainly be able to attest to their positivity. I was at a ceremony on Friday night that was very touching. I wish I could have invited some who oppose the practice to witness - no human being could deny the happiness and love embodied in that ceremony. Maybe that's the answer - make a ceremony or eight public, and invite the opponents to watch.

Worldwide Pablo

WWP loves that idea. It's said that the heart is not changed by the mind, but rather, the mind is changed by the heart. This is a case in point, no?

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