“Where you go from here is completely up to you. Remember this before everything you say, and everything you do.”
Okay, I heard this quote from Ryan Moran at State FCCLA STAR Competition. He was the speaker that came the first night, and he told us this quote. He said that he saw that on his grandmother’s wall and above that quote was a fork, with two prongs bent one way, the other two the other way. Anyways, I was thinking about this quote today, and I thought I should write about it.
I think this quote as some truth. Of course, as a Christian, I believe that God makes our path and that everything happens for a reason. It isn’t our own works that make it so we can go to heaven, but God’s works. I remember some very close friends of mine who believe that the LGBTQ+ citizens were born the way they were, that it’s not their fault. Maybe it is a mental thing, but I think otherwise. I believe this quote, that they have a choice. I could decide right now that I like women instead of men. But I won’t because I do not believe that is right. Don’t get me wrong, people in this country are free to do as they please, and I won’t take that away from them. I won’t be mean to people like that, or anything. Just because I think something isn’t right, doesn’t mean that they have to do what I say. I’m just saying that they have a choice, it’s up to them where their life leads. Just like it’s up to all of us where our lives lead.
Yours in writing,