On Papa Ostler's "Listen Learn Love" podcast, Julie Lee expresses this idea of "I See You", of witnessing and being present in another person's pain, and it really touched me. I tried to put together a few words in response.
I love this image of the wounded healer. We all have something that is broken. But we all can offer our love and care to those who are lonely, anxious, or in pain.
I love finding opportunities to read books together with others, because I can share in the enthusiasm and excitement of new ideas and thoughts. I am currently reading The Spiritual Roots of Human Relations with my dad and my brother. I had it recommended to me by an Institute teacher a few years ago, but... Continue Reading →
I wanted to piece together some thoughts surrounding the Church's newly minted ministering program that coalesced this past week after my stake conference. To me the spirit of ministering is profound: to care about another person to the point that you become a part of their life. I loved the way that President Jean Bingham... Continue Reading →
I had the opportunity to talk in sacrament meeting this Sunday. I wanted to share the script of my talk here! What is man that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him? For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hast crowned... Continue Reading →