The Exponent Blog

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Ruminations on the Love of God

A week and a half ago, I gave a talk in sacrament meeting on the love of God. It seemed to be pretty well received. One old lady even said it was the best...

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Clean?

In the past few weeks I’ve learned that almost everyone I know that’s not a full-time SAHM (and even a few of those, too) have a weekly cleaning lady. I was pretty surprised to...

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LDS Social(ity) Services

Going through my email address book, trying to figure out a guest list for a small party, I came to a few conclusions that caused me a bit of consternation. First, as I compared...

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Winter

I don’t like winter. At the first hint of changing leaves in the fall, although I try my best to appreciate all the splendor of nature, a faint feeling of dread begins to settle...

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Guest Post: Fighting at School and Abroad

Another guest post from Cheryl (Bored In Vernal). Enjoy! As the Christmas season progresses, some liberals have been asking why Americans tend to get involved in war so easily. Yesterday the answer became very...

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Virtual Oases XLI

Ana has a new girl in her life (here’s hoping and praying she’ll be with you for a long long time.) Heather: Sometimes we are saved when the rescue doesn’t come. Maralise: Some reflections...

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Red Lentil Soup for Christmas

When I was growing up, I idolized the Adams family. Lynne was a successful lawyer. Her husband, Bob, was an artist and the primary caretaker of their daughter. They were the only Mormons I...

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Dress

  It had been wrinkled and awkward for more than eight years in the bottom of a chest. Once in a while she would peek down underneath the others just to see if she...