Who does not want to be inclusive? Shunning, exclusion evoke Negative connotations, contrasted to the positivity radiating from the sound of ‘everyone welcome’ and ‘who am I to judge’. But charity, love in the truest sense, to will the good of someone, at times requires that we say no, that we ‘exclude’, so that the ‘someone to whom we will the good’ may either preserver or achieve the good that we will.

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