Embrace love to defeat toxic hate - by Don Ingwerson, Pacific Health Perspectives
I remember a few years ago when my wife and I ended a Disneyland visit without our usual family around us, which had never happened before. Because we weren’t preoccupied with entertaining the kids, we found we had the time to observe everyone else. And even though there were crushing shoulder-to-shoulder crowds, I noticed something interesting. There was no foul language, and no real pushing or shoving. When bumping did occur, there was an immediate apology. Although there was excitement in the air, people treated each other with respect. I have been remembering this experience a lot lately because of the conflict, hate, and violence that seem to be prevailing throughout our society. It got me thinking about attitudes and behavior. What was the difference between the Disneyland experience my wife and I had and the general mean-spirited attitude elsewhere? Read more.
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