Love thy neighbor |

Love thy neighbor

This letter is to a few ladies who are too embarrassed and ashamed to hug middle-aged and obese men. As a 10-year Christian and church worshiper, it has taken me years to build up the courage to write this letter because I am a loving and caring person. However, something has to be said because some people take other people’s love for granted. I ask that all people be cognizant of others’ feelings and look beyond their outward appearance. I ask that people treat folks like myself with respect. We all want to be loved.

Paul Pease

Grass Valley

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