Elizabeth Gilbert - author of Eat, Pray, Love and The Last American Man -- discusses the presidential election and her relationship with her father in this week's TIME magazine.
"Good Lord, how much simpler it is to dismiss your political foes when you don't know them personally! Knowing my father as I do, I'm forced to acknowledge that his political views come to him from an honest and thoughtful place, as do all of his most cherished beliefs."
What's this? Recognizing and accepting our differences?
How very refreshing.
Read the entire, lovely piece here.