Part of the American dream is to be free. Free to think for yourself, free to follow your own dreams and aspirations, free to say what you want, and worship the way you please. There’s an unstated part of the American dream that goes like this: We have the freedom to do what we want, when we want, with whom we want, and nobody can tell us what to do . . . as long as it doesn’t hurt anybody. But what if it doesn’t work out that way? What if you can’t do what you want without eventually hurting someone else? Join us on Sunday for answers to these and more questions.
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