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Eva K. Delgado

I've been thinking through this same issue from another perspective - from the idea of tolerance, a word my (former) church loves to throw around like it is going out of style.

In addition to everything you said above, I think words like tolerance and diversity (let's also throw in underprivileged and under-served for good measure) is that they are passive terms. They don't tell you that someone did or is doing something, nor do they actually require action on the invokers part.

Thanks for bringing me to think about this from another perspective.

Recibir a Cristo,

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