Friday, March 19, 2010

If A Person Isn't "Passionate"

"As far as "passion" is concerned, most of these people don't witness it, because I have kept a low profile, from most of them, so, that is a misinterpretation. However, if a person isn't "passionate" about being prevented from spending normal family time, with their own, elderly, parents, something is horrifically, wrong. If other people told lies, against you, for the purpose of exploiting your parents, and denied you normal access to them, don't you think you would feel passionate? I would, certainly, hope so. If you don't understand that this is happening to upstanding citizens, i.e. productive members of society with no criminal records, then, the issues are not being understood." Barbara Morris

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