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National Forgiveness Day=October 25,2014

Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged This year, National Forgiveness Day is celebrated on October 25.  It’s a day to forgive and be forgiven.  It’s a chance to set things right, to put aside old differences, move beyond grievances and hurts. Human nature is quick to criticize others, find fault to make us feel superior…

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26 And Counting

Gay Marriage Gains Momentum in U.S. October 17thIs a Groundbreaking Day This week, Attorney General Eric Holder said in a video message last Friday that the U.S. government would recognize marriages for federal benefits in seven new states: Colorado, Indiana, Nevada, Oklahoma, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Utah. Also, on Friday, a federal judge struck down Arizona’s…

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National Coming Out Day Is October 11th

What Is National Coming Out Day? Observed annually, this internationally observed day celebrates coming out and  raises awareness of the LGBT+ community and civil rights movement.  As part of LGBT history month, National Coming Out Day (NCOD) celebrates individuals who publicly identify as a gender or sexual minority. October 11this the anniversary of the 1987…

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