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Cleaning up rust one post at a time!
Cleaning up rust one post at a time!

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A blast from the past - reposting the post that started it all!
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Originally posted on Relationship Refinery: When I wrote “My Lifelong Wrestle With Mormonism,”? up to that time I had been writing for an audience made up of my friends, my parents, and nine and a half “extended friends”, give or take. Imagine my surprise…
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Sometimes we all just need to admit to ourselves the truth about what we see in the mirror.
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Originally posted on Relationship Refinery: When I wrote “My Lifelong Wrestle With Mormonism,”? up to that time I had been writing for an audience made up of my friends, my parents, and nine and a half “extended friends”, give or take. Imagine my surprise…
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Sometimes we all just need to admit to ourselves the truth about what we see in the mirror.
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A re-blog from Relationship Refinery, Kate accomplishes in a single post what I have hoped to do with an entire blog!
Originally posted on Relationship Refinery: For more context on this post, click here. Since I’ve at times been grumpy, unhelpful, the bad kind of opinionated, and wrong about things, I haven’t felt like I’m the right person, in the right moment, with the…
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The standard unit of measure in the eternities is not arbitrary and does not change on a whim. It remains as it is and was, a constant whereby anyone in any period of Earth's history can compare themselves to see how they measure up.
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What happens when we spend way too long oblivious to our own rustiness? At best you wake up one morning embarrassed about all the rotten things you have blindly done. At worst? An abrupt and extremely painful altercation with reality care of the closest, largest mirror it can find.

Too often we are oblivious to the rusty parts of our lives which desperately need our attention. Without someone to hold up a mirror for us we're doomed to discover them rather abruptly.
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Rust can happen anywhere. Even in those places which we have put the most effort into protecting against it. The only true defense against rust in our lives is constant care and upkeep.

The world is in a constant state of deterioration. And if we're not careful our faith will fall prey to it too.
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