Diversity

In response to Mary Ponsonby's letter, it seems that she finds it simpler to judge other people who are raising money for a very worthwhile charity, (breast cancer) than to actually give positive input to something that perhaps she does not wish to unders

In response to Mary Ponsonby's letter, it seems that she finds it simpler to judge other people who are raising money for a very worthwhile charity, (breast cancer) than to actually give positive input to something that perhaps she does not wish to understand. With the greatest respect to those brave people who gave their lives to give us the freedom we now enjoy, should we not be making the most of the great diversity that life offers us and trying to give to others in charity, which is I am led to believe what Jesus tried to teach us- 'judge ye not' as the good book says?! Love and light to all with good intentions.Martin Grant - Yatton


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