Triage of the Soul

Triage of the Soul

Early this morning, we felt a 5.7 magnitude earthquake in northern Utah. Family was texting almost immediately and news stations reported the quake while it was still happening (aftershocks). Emergency radio broadcasts disseminated just minutes later, and as I was...
65 Days

65 Days

It wasn’t exactly a last minute decision. Yet while many plan these events months or years in advance, we scheduled our Church history tour only weeks before it commenced. You can read about that delightful opportunity in another article.   The significance of...
Lessons in Love

Lessons in Love

Some lessons are hard, and that’s okay. Throughout my life, I have seen many people face challenges that seem totally beyond my capacity. Have you ever felt that way? I am sure that you have.   “I have never regretted a prompting to love.” At least that’s the way...
Perfectly

Perfectly

The following article may seem disjointed. I thought so too when it came, but bear with me for a moment and you will see the seemingly disjointed ideas all fit together — perfectly.   That’s the way my best articles are written. They come to me.   Recently,...
His Grace

His Grace

This year is unique. For me, it is already one of a kind.   I once was in business with a colleague who enthusiastically promoted the attitude of abundance. Working with him was a pleasure. He never promoted an outlook of scarcity, and people flocked to be with...
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