1) Why 1984 made me doubt the name Katherine
(doubt not, but be believing!)
2) How veeeery much of an influence Ms. DeGeneres and Mr. Paisley are on me.
3) The reconciliation of the paradox of being an enemy and being a daughter.
4) What water taught me about selecting television program(s).
5) OH. BE. WISE. (what can I say more?!)
what else ya got for us?
My blood pressure just spiked BIG time.
in a good way!
Oh, and just so you, he can also wear this while playing to the same crowd.
of 7,000 people (!) at the LA Staples Center
where he also recorded his ever famous and influential live album:
If you looked up the word “Versatility” in the dictionary,
you just may find John Mayer’s picture.
*John’s ever evolving fashion through the years is a topic that has definitely caused some thought wrinkles in my brain. Here is one little example.
And don’t forget about what Ms. Bedingfield so eloquently stated on the idea of fashion/music.
More to come on these ideas.
But still know your stuff!
And still stand up for it (the Church).
“Though argument does not create conviction, lack of it destroys belief.”
Here is an interesting talk that is somewhat (though not directly)
related to this idea.
Overall, when it comes to nitpicking and even (quasi) arguing about religion,
just try to remember that it’s about Christ.
And that if someone isn’t interested,
IT. IS. OKAY.
(Line of Propriety)
Remember that the most important convert in your life is YOU.
The most important testimony to maintain is your own.
While we ought to maintain the purity of the image of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we need not feel anxiety about “enemies” (real or perceived). Furthermore, we should seek to avoid being overly defensive while simultaneously exercising conviction in our own faith.
-Katherine Anne Wilkinson
If/ (Because) the Church is true, it will win.
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