ThruFire

Burning off the dross

We love someone for who they are – not what they do

I awoke with this crystal clear realization this morning.  (It seems obvious, but bear with me for a moment.)

While it’s easy to grasp, this principle is incredibly hard to live out in our lives with others. Expectations and wrong doing have to be set aside, if love is to be.

It is also a profound fundamental truth which our identity as human beings is based upon: who we are – not how we function.

That’s a very simple, but elegant argument for the humanity of the unborn based on our understanding of love.

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