"Love is a choice — not simply, or necessarily, but rather a willingness to be present to others without pretense or guile." —Carter Heyward, feminist theologian and Episcopal priest, from Our Passion For Justice
Photo by Dave 77459 (distributed with instagram)

"Love is a choice — not simply, or necessarily, but rather a willingness to be present to others without pretense or guile."
Carter Heyward, feminist theologian and Episcopal priest, from Our Passion For Justice

Photo by Dave 77459 (distributed with instagram)

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