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Ryan Bickmore
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Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved. Think different, think for yourself
Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved. Think different, think for yourself

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“Forget yourselves and reach out. Occasionally, put in the background your own personal, selfish interests. Reach out in service to others. In so doing, you will find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.”

Gordon B. Hinckley, BYU Speeches, March 1997
#lds #mormon #dailywow #sharegoodness #service #unselfish #rainbow
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+Laura Bickmore This is a good article. Check it out.
I think everyone could use some more positivity and positive affirmations in their life. There is just too much negativity all around us. 
On calling people out.

We were on the road last Tuesday, and stopped by a Taco Bell to grab some lunch.  When we were finished, I said to my son and EC, “I need to talk to the manager.” My EC looked pained – she hates it when I call people out. I walked up to the counter: “May…

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+Laura Bickmore try this test and lets see what you come up with.
https://www.android.com/myandroid/taste-test/#/

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This article is awesome. 

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My wife and I listened to this wonderful talk today. It also happened to be international woman day. 

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I love listening to Christina Hoff Sommers talk about the myth of the gender wage gap. 

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Architect Frank Lloyd Wright called the Salt Lake Tabernacle "One of the architectural masterpieces of the country and perhaps the world." Read about the amazing acoustics of the building: http://bit.ly/2munnW3
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This is an excellent article. If you care at all about Trump being investigated by the FBI or Obama administration for Russian ties it is well worth the read. 
This is the best example of journalism that I have read in a very long time. Andrew McCarthy does a great job of presenting the facts and then explaining what that could mean, both good and bad for Trump and for Obama. There is very little opinion, if any. Here is an example from the article:
To summarize, reporting indicates that, prior to June 2016, the Obama Justice Department and FBI considered a criminal investigation of Trump associates, and perhaps Trump himself, based on concerns about connections to Russian financial institutions. Preliminary poking around indicated that there was nothing criminal involved. Rather than shut the case down, though, the Obama Justice Department converted it into a national-security investigation under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). FISA allows the government, if it gets court permission, to conduct electronic surveillance (which could include wiretapping, monitoring of e-mail, and the like) against those it alleges are “agents of a foreign power.” FISA applications and the evidence garnered from them are classified – i.e., we would not know about any of this unless someone had leaked classified information to the media, a felony.

There is much more in the article. It is well worth your time to read, and reshare. 

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This is the best example of journalism that I have read in a very long time. Andrew McCarthy does a great job of presenting the facts and then explaining what that could mean, both good and bad for Trump and for Obama. There is very little opinion, if any. Here is an example from the article:
To summarize, reporting indicates that, prior to June 2016, the Obama Justice Department and FBI considered a criminal investigation of Trump associates, and perhaps Trump himself, based on concerns about connections to Russian financial institutions. Preliminary poking around indicated that there was nothing criminal involved. Rather than shut the case down, though, the Obama Justice Department converted it into a national-security investigation under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). FISA allows the government, if it gets court permission, to conduct electronic surveillance (which could include wiretapping, monitoring of e-mail, and the like) against those it alleges are “agents of a foreign power.” FISA applications and the evidence garnered from them are classified – i.e., we would not know about any of this unless someone had leaked classified information to the media, a felony.

There is much more in the article. It is well worth your time to read, and reshare. 
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