Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Wisdom, Humor, and Inspiration in April

 In the order they were taken:

 This is a beautiful analogy (and true story) from the New Testament that is applicable to life and to what the Savior can do for us in the midst of challenges and difficulties.


"We each have the responsibility--and capability--to keep ourselves healthy." ✔

This is one of my favorite pieces of prophetic counsel from President Nelson. It works, and in ways that I have yet to discover, I'm sure.

So much of living your best life is being worthy of the constant (or in my case, near-constant ๐Ÿ˜†) companionship of the Holy Ghost. The temple and the Holy Ghost are key principles I've been focusing on, and the resulting blessings have been wonderful things to experience and witness. 

I'm much closer to Heavenly Father and to Jesus than I've ever been before in large part because of my trials over the past several years. I've let them bring me closer to Them instead of farther.


I think good self-awareness is one of the most important qualities a person can have. The less oblivious a person is, the better.

Good advice that I want to follow better.

I hope to buy a house, maybe next spring?

As of today--the day my primary house closes and I'm no longer the official owner--the only debt I have is the mortgage on the Cape house. Being debt-free is so important to me.

I miss Tucker. I'd even watch The View to be able to see him again. ๐Ÿ˜„

All Creatures Great and Small humor ๐Ÿ˜

Ha ha. He's the best!

I taught my Primary class a sweet lesson about being the Savior's sheep, and this was a picture from it.

I thought this was a really good rundown of what the plan of salvation entails:

Obedience = Freedom ✔

This is such a good point about atheism and agnosticism, among other things.