Religion in Christmas: Can’t push secular views on others either

I find it hard to believe that I couldn’t finish reading them all; once I got to half way through the letter from Mr. Lowther I stopped.

First, the little articles about religion in schools.

I find it hard to believe that I couldn’t finish reading them all; once I got to half way through the letter from Mr. Lowther I stopped.

Probably because I was thinking if “rights are rights”, then, I assume we cannot deny a person the right to go somewhere else, or do something else if he doesn’t like what is going on in front of him/her/them.

I cannot say what other religious people are doing, as that would make me a “prejudiced” white Canadian. But I will put this in print: stop whining. If you don’t like it, don’t participate, if you are trying to push your politically charged religious views on others you just could be doing the same thing as — SINGING CHRISTMAS MUSIC!

 

Don Richardson

Shawnigan Lake

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