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To Everything There Is A Season
An Open Letter - From My Heart To Yours
(PLEASE READ IN ITS ENTIRETY)
Dear LDS.Net family and friends,
It becomes my duty this morning to inform you that as of Sunday, 27 February 2011, I will be leaving LDS.Net and closing my account, if but for a short season. This decision is not one that is being made hastily, nor is it one that is being made out of bitterness or... Read More
Hi everyone, I am sorry I have not been on a lot lately, but had some family issues come up with some of my direct family. I am keeping you all in my prayers and will be in and out a lot, so please forgive any lags. I have a funeral today for an old family friend as well who passed away tuesday, so I am going to have to take off for that for a bit. I hope all is well, best of blessings to everyone and may your holidays go well!
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Have you felt like this: "I have so little in my life, how can I move forward? I have no money, no figure, no time, no friends, no good family relationships, no confidence, no spirituality. How can I do anything?"
Have you ever felt like this? "Man, this is a lot of money -- I don't dare make decisions with it. I have all these friends and family -- shouldn't I be serving more? I am blessed with great health -- shouldn't I be doing more? I have... Read More
As we move through life seasons, we generally build on the foundation of what went before. Human development is a flow, an unfolding, a revelation.
I would not so much like to discuss the facts of our memories and what was transmitted to us, but rather the CAPACITIES of learning and development that we all possess. Not only does our learning by precept increase over time, but the actual capacities for the intake of knowledge and the forming of intimacies unold from the beinnin... Read More