The Truth About Same-Sex Marriage, Equal Rights And Our Children
"On the issue of same-sex marriage in California, it is one that many are still seriously considering their position on - before they cast their vote on Prop. 8 in November; which would amend the state Constitution to only recognize marriage between a man and a woman. Before making that final decision though, here are some important concerns that you will want to consider..."
I just published the complete article, "The Truth About Same-Sex Marriage, Equal Rights and Your Children", over on Hubpages. I hope that you will take the time to read it in full, and add your support in some way; a thumbs-up, comment or even share with others.
This is the third article that I have published on Hubpages.com in regard to the same-sex marriage issue in California. I feel so compelled to speak up, and write that which as an LDS women, I am passionate about. At the same time, I realize that the topic in general, is very sensitive; regardless of which side of the fence you sit. It is so easy to offend without even trying, so I tend to go over what I write numerous times before I finally publish.
This article on same-sex marriage took me a full week of writing and tweaking before I was ready to put it out there. I even e-mailed it to a few close friends and asked them to read it, give suggestions and even help with some editing. I'm so thankful for helpful and honest friends:-)
I am most grateful, for the inspired direction and words that we as members receive from Living Prophets. Many believe that members of the LDS Church cannot think for themselves, therefore we need our leaders to tell us how to act. This could not be further from the truth.
Those of us who choose to follow Living Prophets, do so because we are sure that the counsel they give, is what the Lord would have us do. Not only that, it is what they would have us speak in a world filled with distortions.
My love for truth, is that no one has to convince me of what is right - it just is, and I know it!
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