Apologies for the delay in the posting of this episode. We have just moved into a new house and I finally had some time to record this commentary. Hope you enjoy. Any comments or thoughts are always welcome on the feed or by email at [email protected]. Thank you.
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This was a great modern version of the Lehi’s dream in where we have a much greater understanding and awareness of our environment and surroundings.
To have a conversation about this topic is probably best served under a facebook group comment page.
While there is a lot here to ponder about the commentary and conclusions due sum the story up pretty well.
Got any more stories for Mormons (I mean members of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day saints) to analyze?
Thanks, there are the previous episodes if you haven’t heard those ones yet as well as new episodes that will be coming out. So stay tuned and thanks for listening. I wonder if anyone has tried to use this version of the story in their family home evening? That would be interesting.
Thanks for the good thoughts. I have listened to and appreciate your previous episodes as well. There is a lot of food for thought in all of them. I find myself focused on Moroni chapter 7 and mostly the last verses on charity. I keep three thoughts front and centre in my mind lately. The thoughts are: kind, patient, and not easily provoked. I just keep reminding myself of these especially when I start to feel unkind, impatient, or on the edge of being easily provoked or easily annoyed. I need to run these through my head often. It’s a starting point and I seem to need to start over and over. Paul says charity is the most important thing so I will chip away on the points of charity for the rest of my life. Please keep up the good stories. I see that kindness is at the heart of all of them.
Thanks for your comments. It sounds like you have got a great mantra to work with. I hope that kindness is at the heart of everyone’s interactions. Sometimes it’s not but the path of kindness is well worn and worth walking in.