Backing Up

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
I wrote a really long blog post for today. It touched on a variety of issues, including faith-based bigotry, cafeteria Christians, following my moral compass, and being intellectually honest about people I care about without being ungenerous.

And then I deleted it.

The reasons for that decision will remain unpublished, but I will say this: I am deliriously happy about SCOTUS's Obergefell v. Hodges decision. I don't think any reason for discrimination is a good reason. I'm making strides in accepting the people I care about, warts and all. And I still have a lot of internal work to do in regards to recognizing my unearned privilege and spending energy on this work rather than being self-righteous about others' sins.

This concludes my vague-blogging for the day.

3 comments:

Anne C. said...

Have I mentioned that I love your self awareness? <3
You may be a work in progress, as I am, but I still think you are awesome.

vince said...

I've planned a number of Facebook posts in my head, but have decided not to post them, mostly because right now, I have better things to do. Hopefully most people are a work in progress. Someone who isn't won't learn, won't grow, and assumes they've reached the pinnacle of human development, at least on a personal level. Some people call these persons douchenozzles.

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