Good deeds don’t need a creed

Don’t knock or annihilate the need people have for prayer. Someone’s solemn expression for guidance and grace may not be your taste – and that’s okay. Likewise, forcing your faith in someone’s face, is not your place. Good deeds don’t need a creed.

It’s long been a point of mine that the freedom of religion, which this country alleges to support, works two ways. We’re not only free to practice the religion of our choice, we should be free from having someone else’s religion practiced on us.

John Irving

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