When You Kill In The Name Of Love

Thought Catalog

I know I’m one of many deeply saddened over the news that another member of the LGBT community was allegedly killed over sexuality. People being killed over love may be the gravest offense on the scale of humanity.

By nature, I am a rather mediated person. I can see and understand both sides of a given situation even if I resonate with one side more than the other. In this case, I understand that everyone has the right to have individual opinions and to believe things vehemently, even if they stand alone on those beliefs. But a principle of being a good human is that you cannot harm others on the basis of your individual opinion.

Life is all a matter of perspective, and really, lines are constantly blurred and we live in abyss of grey. But if there’s anything that’s not blurred nor grey, it’s love. It is our driving force, the topic of which so many people are…

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Riders Try Out CapeFLYER Summer Rail Service As Part Of Test Run

CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS/AP) — A summer weekend rail service between Boston and Cape Cod officially launches next weekend. But on Saturday, a group of people who signed up ahead of time piled onto the train for a test run.

The commuter train will run between Boston’s South Station and Hyannis from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day and connect with Cape Cod bus and ferry services.

It will also provide space for bicycles.

State Transportation Secretary Richard Davy has said the service will give people the option to avoid traffic and open tourist destinations to more travelers.

On Fridays, an MBTA commuter train leaving Boston at 5:12 p.m. for Middleborough will continue to Hyannis. Trains will depart Boston at 8 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Returns leave Hyannis at 6:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Fares are $20 one-way and $35 round-trip. It’s cheaper if you pick up the train in Middleboro…

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