"I recently had a conversation with a, very eager to do it, self-identified "Christian." Very soon into our conversation he started agitatedly describing the "others" and bemoaning all the terrible things that the others were doing. He then bid me have a "blessed" day. Unfortunately he had described me as one of the others in his impromptu theological parking lot dissertation.
This got me to thinking about Easter, it's pretty soon, eggs, those pink animal candies that are like old ski vests and the miracle of Creation.
You don't have to have gone to seminary or been touched by his breath to extrapolate on the concept of everything having been created by God, which would lead one to believe that, it makes sense if sense-making is important, then everything here, the good the bad and the ugly, is part of that creation and if you're afraid of it or disgusted with it, theistically, it must be your problem, which should lead one to examine their motives and indiscriminately hug other folks in the parking lot of the grocery store..." From cassette taped conversations Franklin Cincinnatus had with Tom Snyder in his Los Angeles home after his run on late night TV had ended