Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Wisdom, Humor, and Inspiration in February

This is such a comforting scripture.


That seems to be what happened!

Great parenting advice, and life advice in general. ✔
This makes so much sense. 
Henry Eyring was a brilliant scientist who was a faithful Latter-day Saint, and as I've been reading a book about him I've been gratified to discover that the way he thinks about faith mirrors my own. We may be are definitely on totally different planes when it comes to scientific ability and understanding, but I think it's neat that we're on the same wavelength in our approach to faith, especially as it relates to unanswered questions about science and nature.

Me too, math book, me too. 😔(😆)

According to Archimedes, I could have been a math genius if only I'd approached it with pure love and an appreciation for its beauty when I was in high school and college! That was the missing link! 😄 Ha ha, if only.

I still haven't gotten Covid, at least as far as I know. 
I could say something snarky about why some people never become infected with it, but I won't any more than I just did!

 Hedonism has its place here and there, but overall, it's so much better to seek the eudaimonic in life.

This is fascinating to me!

Drink water throughout the day and stay hydrated!

Another type of water that's even better...
I'm pretty vigilant about the TV and movies we watch. I wish I had better control over the boys' screens, though, with YouTube and various apps and the like.


The Babylon Bee cracks me up!

This reminds me of Christy, Boo Boo, and Violet, who all had/have soft warm bellies that I like(d) to cuddle up against.

This is one of the reasons that Facebook isn't on my phone the majority of the time, and also why it's pretty much the only social media I do. I used to do Instagram but I decided to just do one, and for better or for worse, Facebook it was. I also don't go on it for about half of each month.

This totally spoke to me because I experience this, and I know it's true.