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Letter: All kinds of love should be celebrated
First Published Mar 27 2014 01:01 am • Last Updated Mar 27 2014 01:01 am

Why does love have a religious or political definition? I have been blessed to experience many different types of love in my life. I have love for my ex-husband, love for my now husband. Love for my children, love for my stepchildren. I love my sisters, my niece and nephew, my friends. Unconditional love.

What is wrong in every person being able to experience his or her own kind of love without judgment? Am I less of a person because I love my second husband and my stepchildren? Love is love.

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May we all be given the opportunity to love in our own way. Love comes in many different forms. Celebrate it all!

Susan Wolfer

Salt Lake City

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