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Quote by Dr. Seuss: “A persons a person, no matter how small.”
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Horton Hears a Who! Seuss and was published in by Random House. It is the second Dr. Miranda Richardson read the book as part of her second audio collection of Dr. Seuss books.
In Dr. A person is a creation of God, intrinsically valuable and eternally gifted with a unique and specific life that may be imitated or replicated, but can never be duplicated — each individual designed and delivered related but different, similar but particular, common but special. So, when individuals, organizations, communities, societies, nations, or civilizations step back and evaluate their actions, their laws, their norms, their cultures, their traditions, their expectations, their commonly held beliefs, their morals, their leadership, and their aspirations as they are described, lived, taught, enacted, evolved, engaged, implemented, governed, enforced, educated, and handed down from generation to generation — when you consider what you teach your children, what you model for them, what you stand for, what you inspire, what you bring out in others, what you support, what you vote for, what you value — when you get down to the bedrock of who you are and who you want to be, it is essential that it start with a recognition of the personhood of God and the resulting personhood of every human life God created including your own. You may not like everyone, agree with everyone, or want to be with everyone, but at the heart of a successful worldview is an acknowledgement that everyone is someone — people are people, no matter what, because God created them. Is that in the Bible? Is that really even Christian?