So when we say values, if someone has the same basic values that all of us have, what are we really judging? As far as spiritual or religious concerns, I have one philosophy that applies for all of my friends; as far as I am concerned, that is between them and their maker and is not my, or anyone else’s, business.
Growing up in rural Kentucky, I learned early on how important community is. It's a support system, an identity, a refuge, and the glue of which that holds it together may be geographical centered, a common interest, a shared belief, or a mutual cause. Within these communities you can learn, grow, expand, and while helping others do the same.
I've got parts of me in Milwaukee And I've got pieces in Minne, in St. Paul And I knew that I got lucky in the bluegrass of Kentucky But bluegrass, you don't love me after all No, no, bluegrass, you don't love me after all -- Trixie Mattel, "Bluegrass"