I’m fascinated by the equal number of men and women in any society (except China, where they’ve fiddled with things). It’s an amazing genetic system. Some families will have six girls, some four boys, and still others are single like me, completely throwing off the curve. Yet over a population, the math always works out.
What if political viewpoint functions the same way? What if the magnitude of God’s truth is so vast and the human mind so small that each of us can only see a minuscule piece of the picture? What if God in his infinite wisdom spread political viewpoints across a normal distribution of liberals, moderates, and conservatives? When we put the fragments of our diverse views together, we come closer to the mind of God. What if, just like men and women need each other to make a family, liberals and conservatives are both vital to chart the proper course for our awesome country? What if the world has never seen the beauty and fortune of a civilization that learns to listen to the other side rather than fight?
Don’t pinch me; I don’t want to wake until the election is over.
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