Guest opinion: Can you go a year without anger?

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  • 2 bits Cottonwood Heights, UT
    Jan. 8, 2019 9:01 a.m.

    RE: "It’s OK to acknowledge satisfaction in our homes, families and communities. It is also right to feel grateful for our freedoms. These are the sources of peace. We should be wary of any political person or class that tells us there is nothing to feel peaceful about"...
    I agree with that.

    As the article points out... Polls show 87% of us are happy with our lives. That's pretty impressive. Nothing political gets 87% of us approving.

    I'm not happy with our politics. But I'm happy with my life, and my freedom. And my liberty to prosper.

    Wedges that divide us are good for something (partisan goals, re-election, etc). But the glue that holds us together is even more important IMO.

  • Jill B. Riverton, UT
    Jan. 8, 2019 8:51 a.m.