How responsibility is more tempting than a Cinnabon

They are the nectar of sweetness. Aromatic, inviting, and tempting. Sometimes, they are purchased from an impulsive craving. Those who love cinnamon rolls crave Cinnabons. What does a Cinnabon have to do with responsibility? Simple answer: Everything! It is the craving for the sinfully delectable treat. Somehow, it soothes us with it’s sweetness. One derives…

If You’ve Never Lived In Poverty, Stop Telling Poor People What To Do

This article was published by Hanna Brooks Olsen. It is important to understand that those who have not experienced poverty, ought to consider the feedback and advice they are about to give. She articulates her insights with her own personal experience and journey. Well-meaning people who have never been poor are convinced that they know…

Op-Ed | 9th Circuit Appeals Court denies reinstatement of praying coach

Seattle Times reporter, Mike Carter, published an article regarding the decision by the 9th Circuit Appeals court. According to the article, the decision to reinstate Bremerton assistant football court Joseph Kennedy was denied. The decision was published in a 62-page opinion on the court case. Carter’s article appears to provide a brief summary on the…

How To Be Resilient | Thrive Global

Part of our human experience is to face our challenges. By doing so, we increase our resilience. Here is a good article on how to be resilient in life’s challenging moments.  How can we be more resilient? How can we shrug off huge challenges in life, persist and — in the end — succeed? So…

Facing your Goliath on the battlefield

“…for the battle is the Lord’s, and he will give you into our hands.” (See, 1 Samuel 17:45-47 in context). NOTE TO READERS: This article is an adaptation from a previous article I had published at another blog, and a teaching given by Mormon President Thomas S. Monson. The relevance shares insights in furthering our…