We Lost When We Started Letting Words Hurt As Much As A Fist, A Stick, Or A Gun

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Words aren’t supposed to hurt. The smallest, youngest of us, play with blocks printed with letters. We encourage them to make words, learn to speak, and express themselves. Somewhere along the way, words took on a new meaning in society. We lost when we started letting words hurt as much as sticks and stones or fists and guns.

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Jason Morton

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After spending 25 years in Law Enforcement and changing careers I am here to write about the things I see, things I know, and things I find curious. Be ready!

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