Excerpt from “A Gay Dad’s Perspective…”
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wow. u made me cry. what a wonderful parent you are. I m straight but I went through some internal struggles about my sexuality in the past, like every single human being outta there I think.I wished one would tell me this. One who encourage me to be who am I, without focusing so much on my sexuality.
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Cyndi at Healthy A-Z sent me this link. Absolutely stunning! Would more parents and grand-parents possess, the same spirit. (actually they do – it’s simply dormant), We should follow each other. Check out http://www.thewalkbook.com. and let me know. Chapter 3 of my book “The Walk” is titled “Faith and the GLBT community.” It’s all about how G-D can take a hate-filled and prejudiced heart (mine), perform DIVINE heart surgery, and turn an “enemy” into a friend. Wishing you and yours a year ahead of great health, true joy and “enough” abundance. SHALOM!!!
“…and be the best you that you can be.” Profound words. That’s perfect for all of us.
Beautiful. Wish my parents — as much as they loved me — could have been as enlightened.
Very nice! I love the photo with it!
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