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Change is in the Air

I’ve been feeling the need to reorient my online (and offline) activity for a while now. It has been interesting to work through the process of identifying what needed to change and how. There may be some person out there … Continue reading

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Book of Mormon Witness

It’s always interesting to see how people respond to powerful messages from General Conference. Although I spent much of conference somewhat distracted by children (what else is new) I was even able to recognize in that half attentive state that … Continue reading

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Know What a White Knot Means?

I just stumbled onto this campaign to promote “marriage equality” at WhiteKnot.org. I have no problem with anyone wanting to express their views and even to use a little white knot to do so (sounds like a red ribbon or … Continue reading

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Year-round School is a Given

The KSL esitorial board is supportive of a move toward year-round school. They manage to demonstrate a crucial mis-characterization of childhood education: As Governor Huntsman put it in his recent State of the State address, “It is amazing to me … Continue reading

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President Hinckley

I was surprised to happen upon the news that President Gordon B. Hinckley died 2 hours ago. Considering that he was 97 and that his wife had passed away already, I can’t see this as an unhappy event. Having worked … Continue reading

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