Everyday Spirituality

Everyday Spirituality


Vote to Vote

posted by Cheryl Petersen

The right to vote has evolved over the last couple centuries and we don’t want to take it for granted. Voting can seem useless, almost stupid in the midst of political promises broken and a messy society however voting is our say in society.

Setting aside the hype and temptation to cast a ballot for the best sounding name or the candidate who looks the prettiest, we can vote for honesty, wisdom, and insight. We can research what the candidates and laws represent before voting. Don’t feel overwhelmed; research what you can deal with at the moment. Some voting is better than none.



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