For Billy Graham—an amazing person who spoke from his heart. Billy's voice kept you on your toes, hanging on to every word. It was an honor to photograph him for my 'All American Journal.' I will always cherish the thank you letter he wrote me.
Made my day
No matter what y'all say, I'll continue to say, what's the point? What does it solve to speak so ill of the dead? They're dead.
@_goddessofglasses his hatred and destruction of thousands lives on and Weber fans the flames with admiration of this evil demon.
@_goddessofglasses including Hitler, Pol Pot etc etc ??
@stuart_theaidsmemorial I love you ! ♥️
I continue to love, be me and share my light. Many opposing minds and thoughts believe they are doing the same. We press forward and appreciate the good in what people have done rather then their mistakes.
@rayraffaele no he wasn’t. He preached hate against the LGBT community
@caldwellsonya oh stop already!
@lovinglaynealways Good for you and I'm happy for you, not in any sarcastic way. Graham perpetuated hatred towards LGBTQ till his last breath. He changed his tone about AIDS more likely was because it is not an gay only disease as it was once believed. Words have consequences. And that applies to both Graham and Bruce Weber.
@lovinglaynealways Yes, that is all you know and that's precisely the problem. If you know what Graham had continuously said about LGBTQ, you will understand our reaction to this post.
@lovinglaynealways completely agree!
Evangelist Billy Graham has apologized for preaching in Columbus. Ohio, two weeks ago that he thought AIDS was a judgment of God. 'ls AIDS a judgment of God?' he had said, 'l could not be sure, but I think so.' Later, Graham told the Cleveland Plain Dealer, 'l don't believe that and I don't know why I said it. I remember saying it, and I immediately regretted it and almost went back and clarified the statement. 'He said he believes 'that God stands in judgment of all sins, but AIDS is a disease that affects people and is not part of that judgment. To say that God has judged people with AIDS would be very wrong and cruel. I would like to say that I am very sorry for what I said..
@sammyinmyhammy under your perception yes. But we have to believe that with all of our faults as humans that we, we as a people can redeem eachother and love eachother irregardless of what someone believes in, has said or done. Even if we don’t see eye to eye, even if they hate who or what we are. Do we cry when we see a Lion devour a Gazelle, of course. Yet we know how to admire, love and appreciate that Lion. We have to see the good in people, even if we don’t like them. That my friend is love. We must allow love to conquer our hearts and soul. With that we are able to redeem eachother so that humanity can move on.
@stuart_theaidsmemorial My comment was deleted too.
Just as I am...