Most of us die alone. In other words, we usually slip into the spirit world one at a time, to be greeted by loved ones there and surely by the Savior. Some find they have entered that realm with companions, such as the hundreds who died in the explosions just outside Kabul airport. But these […]
My son shared a very touching story with me last night. After much thought I felt to share it here on my blog, thinking and hoping it might do someone some good to read the story. To set the background, Mike and I both do the same thing for a living. I know it sounds
The PC Revolution In the early years of my career, after I got my degree as a computer programmer, I bought my first computer – an Apple II Plus with a whopping 48K of memory and a couple of 5.25” floppy disk drives. I even added a Zilog Z-80 card so I could do CP/M
…this is a blatant attempt of this secret combination to destroy our nation and all about it that is good. They seek to destroy our past, the first step in revolution. The secret combination can be found in the groups that support this murderous movement.
Actually . . . Don’t even be IN the world if you can help it Minimize the first, so you can accomplish the latter. Things will transition and eventually we will not have to tolerate being IN the world. In the meantime, there is much we can do to lessen being IN the world. We
Personal Journal Entry I sat down about a half hour ago, waiting for the guys to finish putting the carpet down and put the new desks in. I’m at work today, but I have nothing pressing to do. It’s a Saturday. I came in about 1pm to help put the fifteen computers back together in
In bishopric meeting this morning, our new bishop shared the spiritual thought. He chose the subject of goals and quoted from page 146 of Preach My Gospel on how to set them. Here are some excerpts of the goal setting advice offered on that page: “Goals reflect the desires of our hearts and our vision
Disclaimer and warning: This essay is very different from my usual theological discourse. It describes a somewhat personal and difficult problem for me. It is written from a male ‘blue’ point of view. I suspect that it is not something with which my readers of the fairer sex will sympathize. I post this essay in