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Maybe -analyze and even trip myself up by thinking too much for my own good. My patriarchal blessing says I have a "keen, alert mind" which is sometimes both a blessing and a curse. It can be empowering, yet a little embarrassing when you notice just how full of the "natural man" you may be.
And recently, because of my own station in the dating world, I have had to really take a look at myself in the mirror. While sometimes the best things for us are those that bring about the toughest changes, they are still hard to make and I am humbly striving to make them the best that I can in order to make the most of this life and a recent opportunity that Heavenly Father brought into my life.
While reading this morning about the Parable of the Sower, I was taken back by the insights that came into my mind relating to this parable and the powerful demographic within The Church referred to as "Midsingles." While we midsingles may joke among ourselves that we are the "misfits", "cast off toys" or even "Rejects", all of which are 100% untrue, what IS true is that while single, Latter-day Midsingles carry tremendous potential for good.
The amount of service provided by this group around the world is astounding, as are the depths of the lessons and testimonies shared on Sundays and in private conversation as midsingles seek to "(go) about doing good" as disciples of Jesus Christ.
Kimball was pretty direct about marriage-avoiding rationalizations).
You were meant for wonderful things in this life and your participation in these events are just a piece of that journey.
" Even Facebook, that beloved social network/big brother, asks our status.
"Single"; thanks for pointing that out, Mark Zuckerberg. We may say, "Oh, I'm focusing on me (or my family or career or education) right now", but even those are not satisfying responses for others (plus, President Spencer W.
Along the way you will meet your fellow competitors on the field of play.
Many of these individuals have given their best in life and found themselves here at the same station you are in; be patient with them, and remember that they are human beings who come to the table with flaws and strengths, courage and fears, love and pains.