I think we've lost the ability to be kind to each other as a nation. I know there have been far harder times in this country, but in many ways this has to be the oddest times, because now more than ever before, it feels like people are just afraid to be seen. It's okay to not to be perfect. Loving people and being loved by people is based on intent, not reading from a political script.

We get back to a place where it's okay to ask questions and be wrong about things while we all figure it out together, this country will be able to laugh again, solid article as always.

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AJ Lamm

AJ Lamm

I love to study and write about ideas, around: Catholicism, UX/UI Design, Creativity and Helping Others.

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