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Do You Remember Infinity?remember all those nightsDo You Remember Infinity? by Ironhold
when we were young and free
and how they felt so right
like they were made for you and me
what happened to infinity
or walking in the rain?
its clear to me
it seems to be
that things have gone insane
so there we are just standing here
another worthless fight
can't we make amends
and try again
instead of shouting in the night?
what happened to infinity?
Did we forget to try?
things have been going wrong
for way too long
and we need to stop this slide
so come on girl please take my hand
let's give it one more shot
let's take a chance
at new romance
you know we're all we've got
what happened to infinity?
It never went away
We can work it out
No need to shout
You know we've got it made
Blessings Of The TemplesBlessings Of The TemplesBlessings Of The Temples by Ironhold
Talk given 30 November 2014
Once upon a time, President Heber J. Grant invited a number of financiers to visit Salt Lake City. As part of this, J. Golden Kimball was given the task of escorting them on a tour. As they began passing some of the city’s landmarks, one of the financiers began asking how long it took to build certain individual buildings. No matter what timeline Kimball gave, the man scoffed, claiming that folks back East could have done things a lot faster. Kimball was frustrated by this, as it indicated the man was unaware of the circumstances under which the early pioneers labored.
Finally, the tour passed Temple Square. Once again, the financier opened his mouth, this time pointing to the temple and asking what the building was. In response, Kimball said (to paraphrase) "No clue; it wasn't there yesterday." [Kimball]
Those who understood the story behind the construction of the Salt Lake City temple would understand Kimball's
Response To MRM[QUOTE=drstevej;66334647]"As man is, God once was; as God is, man may become."Response To MRM by Ironhold
A Response To MRM's "As God Is, Man May Be?"
17 September 2014
Another day, another article to debunk.
This document opens in standard form for critical material, in that the author's citation of McConkie's "Mormon Doctrine" lacks any sort of date citation for the edition. This is problematic, as even Wikipedia  notes that the book was unauthorized and that the original edition contained numerous instances of material that was McConkie's personal doctrine and not church teachings. I did locate the citation in my 1979 edition, and in so doing noted that an extensive section of text had been deleted by the ellipses. The full text from the passage is as follows, with the deleted material highlighted:
"Thus, those who gain eternal life receive exaltation; they are sons of God, joint-heirs with Christ, members of the Church of the Firstborn; they overcome all t
I'm a fairly large individual in real life, such that I'm into the "big & tall" sizes in just about everything.
Thing is, the optometrists I've been going to don't have any eyeglass frames that could be considered "big & tall". I'm wearing the largest size of frames my most recent optometrist had, but they're so small on me that they're actually cutting into the side of my head; I literally spent five minutes bleeding just now simply because I removed them to clean them.
LAZIK isn't an option, as my "bronze" insurance plan doesn't cover vision (and my premiums are so high I can't afford to pay out-of-pocket). Contacts would be seriously inconvenient, as with my work hours I need to cat-nap. As such, I'm presently stuck with regular prescription glasses.
Does anyone know of any optometrist chain that sells "big & tall" frames?