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  • 2 years ago

Let’s pretend.

We can pretend for a moment that we are all perfectly happy. None of us quarreled with our children or our spouse over whether we would come to church this Sunday morning. None is divorced or unhappily married. None are worried about their children. No one has cancer. All are sexually well adjusted and content. No one feels remorse about a past mistake. We all make good money or good grades. Our debts are manageable; all bills are paid. No one has lost a mother or a father since last Christmas. None of us has ever lost a child. We are all pleased with our careers. None of us receives threatening or abusive emails, texts, or calls. No one has the blues. No one drinks too much or uses drugs or lives with someone with those monkeys on their back. We all look back to happy childhoods with loving parents in safe and stable homes. We are lucky at love. None of us thinks he is too short, too tall, too this, too that. “The world is so full of such wonderful things” . . . and he