Where is your anger?

It’s a question I’m asking myself. I get caught up in the day to day struggle of just getting through the work week, and I feel like I’m not doing enough and I’m letting too many things go.

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  1. Wil

    Thanks for posting this. Like you, I get busy. And like you, I know I’m not doing enough.
    I also watched Harvey’s piece about Pride. And again, it was like he was speaking directly to me. I seldom participate because much of it doesn’t reflect who I am.
    But as our dear Aunt Harvey says, if we don’t like it, it’s past time to get involved and change it. Wil

  2. Jerri Coverstone

    Im not sure you are going to get this, I hope you do.
    My anger is loud and clear and I want to do more then help you, I want to include you!
    I ahve been toying with an idea for a very long time, i have sat back and hoped other GLBT groups will getthere act together and get things done, with my support allthe way.
    Nothing has been done!
    So I have a plan, a new approach that is really an old tried and true approach that for some reason no has thought of trying.
    Look for the signs around Indianapolis, look for the signs that say to not be afraid to fight and follow there direction on when and where to meet.
    A new hope is on th way trust me.
    I really do have a plan.

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