“Love thy neighbor” is a sentiment many communities in America are struggling with at the moment. Marne Litton and Tasha Hancock, a pair of friends with opposing political views in Cedar Park, Tx., show us this is possible. The pair became instant friends six years ago, when Hancock moved into the house next door to Litton. Because they were already good friends before they learned about each other’s political leanings, they said it was easy accept each other. When the pair noticed the anger and vitriol circulating in their community, they took to Facebook to share their message: “We want to spread a message of kindness and love during these challenging times,” Litton said. “Tasha and I may not see eye-to-eye politically, but that doesn’t mean we can’t show love and respect for one another.”

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