“We’re called to practice a love that is more courageous than all the terror we see in our world, because if we aren’t bold enough in our love then the hate wins out. . . .
So we love one another even when it’s seemingly impossible: we look for the humanity behind the acts of hatred; we find our own pain in the pain of the world, and we meet it with an intensity of love that is fitting of our intense times.”
Jason Garner, And I Breathed