How ’bout some love? |

How ’bout some love?

Dear Editor:How about a new tact called “Unconditional Love Initiative”?What can we do to turn persons, who don’t agree with us and wish to harm us, into friends?I’d like to see what would happen if we captured these persons and held them in situations similar to five-star hotels, so they may have a taste of “the good life.” This experience would cause them to have time to think, without fear. I believe Unconditional Love is in our DNA; however, it needs the right condition to flourish.The only problem I can see with my program would be when our new friends are released, go home and tell their families, ALL would wish to come here. Unconditional Love is a state of heart that grows no matter where a person lives.Eloise IlgenCarbondale

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