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â€śAfter silence that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.â€ť Aldous Huxley
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said, â€śMusic is the universal language of mankind.â€ť Where spoken words may not be able to convey a message, the sounds of music can.
Music has played a part in the events of manâ€™s everyday life since his earliest days. For example, in Exodus 15 we learn of the musical festivals after the children of Israel crossed... Read More
Many of the things shared through writing these notes are important to read, and if not, it is important to the writer. To benefit as a reader, it's important to try and see what is in the mind of the writer and the written material.
This post, Drop a Pebble in the Water was written to point out the importance of sharing part of your heart with others. Each person can contribute something good that may benefit another's life. This enthusiasm is part of our&... Read More
Relief Society Birthday is coming up. We are always hearing all the negative things in the news. Does anyone have any positive experiences how Relief Society has influenced their life and up lifted them spiritually.
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As I read this I was reminded of those who have been a good Influence in my life. Some of these are you at LDS.net and I am grateful for your kindness in my life. It will always be felt and remembered with fond appreciation.
Taken from talk Your Personal Influence by President Thomas S. Monson April 2004 General Conference
When I was a boy, our family lived in the Sixth-Seventh Ward of the Pioneer Stake. The ward population was rather trans... Read More
So, I kind of fell out of the groove of posting how I have seen God's hand in my life for the last few months. However, I am happy to report that I still have kept a personal journal of God's demonstrations of love almost everyday since President Eyring talked about it in conference nearly a year or more ago. But, thanks to a lottle prompting from this months ensign, I have decided to get back into the swing of things.
My Grandma has been really sick for the last litt... Read More