Queries toward Zion in the Wake of the Polygamy Essays

I believe that people and relationships are more important than propositions and principles. We ought to maintain human connection at almost any cost except the fundamental dignity that enables our connections in the first place. In every person there is enough of the void to justify separation and even violent rejection, but we need to rebel against that and see beauty in them, however improbable it may be. In fact I believe that human connection is the most important and most durable form of beauty.

And I believe that if we are bent on making beauty, and if we insist on letting others know the beauty that we see, that then and only then can we kindle such a love as will set the whole world aflame.

via Queries toward Zion in the Wake of the Polygamy Essays – By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog.

Author: Jake Spurlock

Jake is a geek, designer, HTML+CSS lover. Taker of photos, and sometimes skiing and biking... He spends his time day dreaming new WordPress themes and camping with the Boy Scouts. For some random posts, check out the link blog.

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