When I met someone and fell in love. And they fell in love with me.
And instead of being “nice”, I tried to be as honest as I could about what I needed. And I asked what they needed. And I listened. I really listened.
And it was hard. But I said to my new boyfriend:
“You can leave anytime. I love you, and want to be with you, but if you don’t feel the same way, you’re free to go.”
And I meant it. And he said something similar to me…
And we’ve said it many times to each other. Not as a threat, or in anger, or to make the other person feel guilty. But to affirm, “I choose you, I love you, and I’m so lucky to have you in my life”.
And we have so much fun together. We laugh. And we’re playful, and silly with each other. We play music. We sing.
Sometimes, we talk for hours, and we don’t notice it.
We often get lost when driving. We’re so focused on the other, that we forget where we are going!
USAF Veteran and triple-amputee Brian Kolfage has already rallied 20,000 people in support of his battle against Tech Censorship.
War Veteran Brian Kolfage is on a mission to expose the danger that Facebook poses to the Constitution he gave three-limbs defending. He’s already rallied 20,000 and this week he’s taking his fight against Tech Censorship to Washington DC. Kolfage says that his fight started when he and his company, Military Grade Coffee, was targeted by Facebook for supporting Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his network of millions was instantly and permanently deleted.
“I’m going to fight this unamerican censorship in court,” Brian told the DC Chronicle in a recent interview. “I’m going to fight it in Congress and I’m going to keep exposing these Big Tech authoritarians using every bullhorn I can get my hand on.”