none of us should see salvation.”
-Portia (from Shakespeare’s ‘The Merchant of Venice’)
Come unto Christ, and be perfected in him…
and if ye shall deny yourselves of all ungodliness,
and love God with all your might, mind and strength,
then is his grace sufficient for you
He is a disgrace to America, to sports,
to the cancer community, and to humanity in general.
I appreciate people like Greg LeMond who aren’t afraid to acknowledge the (figurative!) elephant in the room and tell it like it is: Lance is a criminal, a liar, an adulterer, a bully, and a thug.
He belongs behind bars.
“What do you suppose that mercy can rob justice? Nay, not one bit.“
Gravity has taken better men than me.
Just keep me where the light is
Read more here for some lessons about self-control that we all can (re)learn from the disappointing Armstrong scandal.
but the gospel of Jesus Christ remains constant.
Church and/or Gospel
(read what awesome Mormon scholar Eugene England has to say!)
Myth vs. experience.
Justice and Mercy.
Line of propriety.
More to come.
~Sir LANCElot (from “Camelot”)
LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson often warns of this temptation
See that ye bridle all your passions
1) How do these simple and profound truths relate to you?
2) How can you make sure that you stay in control of your passions so that you can reach your dreams?
BUT IT HAS TO HAPPEN!
“The truth will set you free”
“The truth can be ugly beyond imagination,
but concerning such topics as abuse, we simply CANNOT ignore it.
It may set others free as well. Figuratively and literally.”
Read more here about an insight that Mr. Mayer helped me understand regarding the Penn State child abuse controversy.
How do these principles/ideas apply to YOU?
And I know that they do somehow.
especially when she’s free styling.
My hair was free styling.
John’s version (LISTEN TO IT!!!!) is better than Tom Petty’s.
Could go on forever but must go now.
PS. I really don’t like violence. I have a lot of reasons why and lots of thoughts on this subject. Stay. Tuned.