How many time has someone told you that happiness is just a matter of being yourself? It seems so simple. But I'm convinced we often don't mean it. Or we mean it but only within a narrow range of behavior. Schools, companies and churches reward compliance and attempt to categorize us based on traditional roles. … Continue reading No Turning Back
Unfortunately, I've recently heard from a couple of readers of this blog who are dealing with a similar situation portrayed in this video. I can't think of a single example where Mormon leaders should advise a man or woman to leave their family over differences in beliefs.
Two nights ago, I sat in a small auditorium waiting for my daughter to perform in her end-of-the-school year dance program. I don't know much about dance. If the dancer's movements are in sync with the music I'm satisfied. My daughter's group finally strolled onto the stage and began their routine. As they began dancing … Continue reading Feeling Truth