Some words fell together out of left field and I liked what they expressed so clearly. There was no context, no event or situation that precipitated it. But ours is not to question when something like this comes our way—just accept and pass it on. So the next time some political or personal discourse turns to some homophobic situation, you might respond like this:
“You are concerned about who someone chooses to love.
I’m concerned about who someone chooses to hate.
Now can we talk?”