As President Trump is under threat of impeachment, strong feelings on the subject naturally arise. While one may or may not agree with the president, let’s try to be considerate. There are rightly consequences to choices.
Although it may be hard for some not to harbor unkind feelings against President Trump, let’s try to remember to forgive.
Holding a grudge, even against people who sometimes make poor decisions, will only make us angry and unhappy. Everyone can do better than they are doing. It’s important not to contribute to an atmosphere of unkindness, even if it is popular.
Instead, let’s pray for the president, Congress and other leaders of the nation that they will have the strength and wisdom to know what is right and to make good decisions.
Ryan Hallstrom, Provo