I watched this motivational video about things a person should do every day. Maybe I wasn’t in the mood to be motivated because I can only remember one thing, “Make your bed.” I happen to make my bed every day so that could be why I remembered it. “Check!” I must be a successful person then, right? Continue reading
if you find a virtue.
if I am only a to-do. Continue reading
What you see is what you get with me. I am who I am. Not perfect but…me. Continue reading
by Bonnie H. Cordon
and Elder Gary E. Stevenson
The new buzz word in the church is ‘ministering’ and ‘shepherding’ is one of its synonyms. Basically, we need to learn to love one another. It’s not exactly a new concept but rather a new emphasis on it. Probably because we have forgotten what it entails. Continue reading
The only baggage you can take from yesterday is a memory. Continue reading
I walk four miles
6 days a week.
But I am no farther
since I started this streak. Continue reading
We all know bad habits are hard to break. Probably because they are the funnest. On the flip side, unfortunately, good habits are fairly easy to break. It’s just the way it is. Continue reading
by President M. Russell Ballard
This is what keeps me holding on. This is what I find comfort in. This is my hope. Continue reading
Life is really about perception. There is no color, really. It’s how our eyes tell our brain to perceive the light reflecting off objects that we see. That’s why there can be disagreement on something that seems as true as the color of an object. Our brains translate what our eyes see and at times, the truth can be lost in translation. Continue reading
the boy with an easy grin.
You don’t know
what pain he is hiding within. Continue reading