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Reid Litchfield
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I'm Moving
I really don't like change. In fact, I'm probably one of the most predictable creatures that has ever walked the planet.  So my switch from Blogger to Wordpress is a big deal for me. But my publisher has persuaded me to move the blog once and for all to an ...

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Xian International Airport
original image withheld to protect the innocent Unfortunately for me I can never un-see it the original scene. I tried to look straight ahead but I couldn't.  I can honestly say that my staring certainly didn't seem to bother the object of my persistent sta...

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Conform Or Be Cast Out
Initially published August 15, 2014 at Modern Mormon Men It's a well-documented fact that  Rush  is the greatest rock and roll trio that ever toured the planet. Neil Peart not only has superhuman abilities as a drummer, but he's a gifted lyricist as well. I...

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Lessons From a Tibetan Buddhist
Originally published August 11, 2014 at Modern Mormon Men Tibetan Monk - Sera Monastery Lhasa, Tibet We recently returned from a trip that took us to a number of cities in China. Without a doubt, our stay in Lhasa, Tibet was a highlight. The contrast betwee...

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Searching For Help: Google or God?
I was preparing a lesson for priesthood recently in which we reviewed a General Conference talk by Elder Russell M. Nelson entitled Let Your Faith Show . His talk highlighted a perspective that is increasingly prevalent in our society. It is the notion that...

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Persistence (Finally) Pays
Bryn Lennon, Getty Images Mick Rogers - 2014 TDF Stage 16  Carcassonne to Bagneres-de-Luchon At the end of stage 11 in this year's Tour de France, Michael Rogers' advice to Andrew Talansky was "persistence wins all races." Mick Rogers knows a thing or two a...

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True Grit and the Tour de France
Andy Talansk off the bike in the stage 7 sprint finish Every summer I have a fight with myself that I predictably lose.  The ever-present doping scandels and scoundrels of professional cycling make me vow to stop watching.  Then the Tour de France begins an...

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Blue Lobsters: Standing Out in a Crowd
Originally Published July 14, 2014 at Modern Mormon Men I took a tour of the Sydney Fish Market a few years ago when I was in Australia. This fella was begging to be noticed.  Blue lobsters occur at a rate of 1:2,000,000 as a result of a genetic mutation th...
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