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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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I'm still trying to wrap my head around this doctrine. Beautiful!
 
Our physical bodies, when harmed, are able to repair themselves, sometimes with the help of a physician. If the damage is extensive, however, often a scar will remain as a reminder of the injury.

With our spiritual bodies it is another matter. Our spirits are damaged when we make mistakes and commit sins. But unlike the case of our mortal bodies, when the repentance process is complete, no scars remain because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. The promise is: “Behold, he who has repented of his sins, the same is forgiven, and I, the Lord, remember them no more."
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This was if nothing else a fun little exercise. 
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It's so you!!  <3  You're altruistic and kind and remember people and definitely smart and analytical.  Awesome.
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Thanks to the FCC and Tom Wheeler for supporting local choice and broadband competition. https://takeaction.withgoogle.com/open-internet-g
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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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I didn't know you could embed scripts into Google Docs until tonight.  Google is awesome!
How do I copy a tab name into a cell, Bryan Skinner, 12/3/14 5:04 AM. Can someone please help, I would like to automatically copy the name of a sheet tab into a sheet cell. Bryan. This email and any attachments to it may be confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual to ...
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I've often wondered why works religions who share so much good in common can't agree more often on more things.
 
You may know that I was asked recently to share some thoughts at Chapman University in Orange, California, as we celebrated the 10th anniversary of the school’s Fish Interfaith Center
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I told the audience there that whatever our religious affiliation, we all share concerns about the spread of pornography and poverty, abuse and abortion, sexual transgression, violence, crudity, cruelty, and temptation. Surely there is a way for people of good will who love God to stand together against the forces of sin. In this we have every right to be bold and believing, for “if God be for us, who can be against us?
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Scientists take the first ever photograph of light as both a wave and a particle via Yahoo News Digest

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Use your hands: Avoiding the dishwasher may be a good thing via Yahoo News Digest

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