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I was asked to give a talk on scripture study in church this Sunday. This is at the heart of the message I would like to convey: As one consistently immerses themselves in the word of God, he or she becomes familiar with God's words and voice.

Here is a quote from President Boyd K. Packer that puts into words what I feel:

The Holy Ghost: “These delicate, refined spiritual communications are not seen with our eyes, nor heard with our ears. And even though it is described as a voice, it is a voice that one feels, more than one hears. … “The Spirit does not get our attention by shouting or shaking us with a heavy hand. Rather it whispers. It caresses so gently that if we are preoccupied we may not feel it at all” (“The Candle of the Lord,” Ensign, Jan. 1983, 52, 53).
President Boyd K. Packer: Farewell to a Master Teacher, August 2015

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Having just experienced a major career change myself, I found the below HBR article accurate and insightful. I'm not an executive, but major changes are difficult for all of us to assimilate. Change is one of the key drivers to growth and development. I'm trying to become better at coping with change.
 
What people who are masters of change do differently than everyone else.
A framework for navigating big career transitions
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It's about time!
Requiring companies to compare the chief executive’s compensation with that of employees could further stoke a debate over income inequality.
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An Oriole outside our motel room in Itaska/Chicago a couple weeks back. I was disappointed I couldn't get a closer picture. 
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Putting this out there because I want to see Hyperloop succeed.
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I love Mormon, Germany-born Apostle Elder Uchtdorf! He always has such fresh perspectives.
 
Every day, I carry two items in my pocket: my temple recommend and my copy of the “For the Strength of Youth” pamphlet. These two items are connected—not only because they are similar in size, but also because they represent the same thing: your worthiness to enter the house of the Lord.

If you—especially you youth—live according to the standards in “For the Strength of Youth,” you will always choose the right. You will be worthy to participate in baptisms and confirmations for the dead in the temple. You will be worthy to receive the priesthood, to make temple covenants, to serve a mission, and to live a meaningful life.

While “For the Strength of Youth” is geared toward youth, it shows all of us the path we must take to return to our Savior. It reminds us what we must do outside of the temple to be worthy to partake of the blessings inside the temple.

I encourage youth and adults everywhere to familiarize yourself with the guide “For the Strength of Youth” and follow its inspired standards. Your testimony will grow, and you will feel God’s approval as you live according to His commandments and His plan of happiness. http://bit.ly/1SHsg5N
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DRM free autobiography of Nikola Tesla.  I'm putting this on my wishlist!
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I find it disturbing that not more people are talking about the lead China has in supercomputing. With the allegations that China was involved in the hacking of the U. S. State Department's Employee's information, I think it would be wise to be more cautious of China's ability to crack codes that have long been considered fail safe. I'm not trying to cast suspicion on China, but just trying to point out that when China's supercomputer has double the computing power of the 2nd place machine, it's time to step up our game. In a world where cyber warfare will almost certainly play a role in any future war, it would be wise to shore up our defenses on the supercomputing front.
 
"The Top500 #supercomputers in the world were announced earlier this week at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC-2015, July 12-16) in Frankfurt, Germany. The Top10 had a newcomer this year, the second-generation Shaeen supercomputer at the King Abdullah University of #Science and #Technology (KAUST, Saudi Arabia) which used 196,608 Intel Xeon cores to achieve seventh place with 5.5 petaflops (quadrillion operations per second) of performance". - R. Colin Johnson, EETimes
The Top 10 supercomputers in the world were announced at the International Supercomputer Conference (ISC-2015, July 22-25) shown here in a slideshow.
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We got our first up-close look at Creighton University yesterday. We spent several hours in Omaha, Nebraska yesterday looking at Creighton and the surrounding neighborhoods. I will be studying at Creighton's Law School for the next 3 years starting this August. 
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Hi Don, I hope these three years are great. Get ready to be the old man on campus! Don't worry, you'll also be the wise man on campus.
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No one has described this life as being easy. Indeed, it has become increasingly more difficult. The world seems to have slipped from the moorings of safety and drifted from the harbor of peace. Permissiveness, immorality, pornography, and the power of peer pressure cause many to be tossed about on a sea of sin and crushed on the jagged reefs of lost opportunities, forfeited blessings, and shattered dreams.

Anxiously we ask, “Is there a way to safety? Can someone guide us? Is there an escape from threatened destruction?”

The answer is a resounding yes! I counsel you: Look to the lighthouse of the Lord. There is no fog so dense, no night so dark, no gale so strong, no mariner so lost but what its beacon light can rescue. It calls, “This way to safety; this way to home.”
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