Our city is a great place to live, to work, to raise a family. And, while some would seek to divide us and weaken us and cause animosity and class-ism, I for one know that we can only successfully face our challenges together, as one city, one community.
Of course, we are not all the same. God made us equal but He didn’t make us alike. Diversity with respect is a great thing to build on. We need to acknowledge our differences and thank our Creator for our personal uniqueness; we are each a divine original. We need to talk and, more importantly, listen. Only then, dialogue and collaboration, can we discover the best and healthiest path forward for Hendersonville.