Our Holy Spirit answers:
Do not buy into the argument that one man, like Judge Alito, or President Bush, can divide a country. A country can only be seemingly "divided" when many men and women choose to feel "it's us against them." But the excuse given by those who are choosing to feel this way is never the honest reason for the feeling. Division is felt only by those who want to feel divided. Those who do not want to feel divided make a different choice, they choose to feel oneness with their fellow countrymen. Politicians and media who use the divisiveness argument would be more honest if they said, "I am choosing to feel separate from some of my fellow countrymen. I can let that feeling go and feel oneness, but for the moment I'd rather feel I'm right than feel happy."