What I told my daughter the morning after election night

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  1. I think you turn it into a different message to your daughter, about love and charity for all, and that we need to pray for our country, and how to trust God even when we don’t know what’s going on. All is not lost and there may be many things God is doing in these times. I understand the disappointment at the outcome but you are putting a lot on a 6 year old’s shoulders by acting like this is the end of the world.

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  2. Thank you for this. As a gay man, I’ve already had two relatives call me to tell me that they love me. So, maybe, just maybe, we can come together through this. FYI, I took the pledge at Faithful America (http://act.faithfulamerica.org/sign/trump_pledge/?t=1&akid=897.208353.g70baq) to “join with my sisters and brothers in resisting any and all attacks by the Trump administration on the most vulnerable among us. Following the examples of the saints and martyrs, and guided by prayer and discernment, I am prepared if necessary to risk my own safety and well-being for the sake of others.” God bless you and God bless us all.

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