Letters: Hubcaps

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RE: Editorial: The stories we tell one another

I wanted to commend Eric Black on bringing a very creative slant to a very troublesome topic — what to keep and what to discard. Moreover, who gets to decide what we keep and what we throw away, but most important can we be Christian to one another when we talk about our Hubcaps and Speakers?

With all the cultural upheavals going on, and I think that’s the correct term at least for me — upheavals — it becomes increasingly more confusing to determine what to keep and what to let go of. Being a 71-year-old, you can imagine I’m reluctant to just let go of something because a growing majority say I should.

As your article points out, there needs to be a way to neither be belligerent about this or demanding or condescending. I like some of my hubcaps, but with so much gray in a world that once upon a youth was black and white, it is not easy to adjust to that reality that readily.

Anyhow, thanks for printing that article. I found it a worthwhile read and then some.

George Gagliardi
Dallas, Texas


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