There's violence in our communities, like the mass shooting during the lunarNew Year at Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay and Trey Nichols, or excuse me, Ty Tyre Nichols and his family andthe community in Memphis, uh, are, there's justice that's long overdue. Look, in our politics, in our lives, we too often see each other asopponents and not competitors. We see each other asenemies, not neighbors. And as tough as these times have been,if we look closer, we see the strength,.
The determination thathas long defined America. Let's continue the practiceof the Ministry of Presence. The Ministry of Presence, beingpresent not just for yourself, but for one another. That's what'sexpected of those of us in public service. The ministry of presence. It meansbeing there for one another. But, uh, you know, those, uh, in thegreatest need who look into us, they've elected us to help them. To reallylook at each other not as Democrats, not as Republicans, but as who wereally are as fellow Americans, fellow human beings worthy of beingtreated with dignity and respect.
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