Love on the Westside Express

On my morning trip on the commuter rail, I often see a couple of young women traveling together. They keep to themselves, occasionally leaning against each other and speaking in low voices. Usually, though, they just snuggle and doze. They are clearly crazy about each other in their low-profile way.

Seeing them reminds me of John 13:34, where Christ says,“As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” What makes me sad is that some people who profess to follow Christ would be angered by this sight, simply because it is two women. Love is love, to my mind. These two aren’t telling me how to live, they are merely trying to protect each other and stay warm in a cold world. We can never have too much of that kind of devotion.

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  • K.l. Schlosser  On February 5, 2014 at 7:10 pm

    I have always personally known your views. It takes courage to put them out there for all to see. I absolutely agree with you. Love is love. If any or all of our daughters were to find love and be lucky enough to find a relationship that they feel as blessed as I do about mine, I couldn’t care what the shell of the soul looked like.

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