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Why it's Important to Remember that Everything is Not Awesome

by Mormon Women Stand | Makes You Think

One morning as my five-year-old son, Joseph, headed down the stairs, he began to sing out, “Everything is a...

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Berlin ‘Candy Bomber’ Shares Life Lessons from 2 Sticks of Gum

by Kelsey Berteaux | Makes You Think

“It all started when I was maybe 10 or 12 years old,” explains Colonel Gail S. “Hal” Halvorsen. “I was rais...

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What I Learned about My Aunt from Her Tithing Record

by Keepapitchinin | Makes You Think

When it became clear that my aunt – the Sister Missionary of this series – would not recover sufficiently f...

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The Gap Between What You Think and What God Knows

by Deseret News | Makes You Think

One of my favorite people on the planet suffers from a confidence deficit. It's heartbreaking. We have many...

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5 Things You Should Know Before Going Through the Temple

by I Go By Ari | Makes You Think

Wednesday, after an inspired and somewhat difficult journey getting there, I got to go through the temple f...

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How to Deal with Loneliness When You’re Surrounded by People

by Jenny Spencer | Makes You Think

Hi! How are you? What’s your name? My name’s Jenny. I’m an extrovert—can you tell?  I consider myself ...

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President Uchtdorf's Escape From East Germany (Interview)

by Deseret News | News from Utah Makes You Think

The 11-year-old boy watched terror storm across his mother's face. He saw the horror elbow aside her exhaus...

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8 Ways Jesus’s Teachings Can Help You Handle Stress

by Mormon.org | Makes You Think

1. Believe John 14:1: "Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.” Knowing you ...

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Why I Quit Professional Poker to Come Back to the Gospel

by The Daily Universe | Makes You Think

After high school, Andrew had no intention of going to college. He just wanted to play games, so he decided...

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Why Children Shouldn't Come First in a Marriage

by Mormon Hub | Makes You Think Mormon Life

My parents are revolutionaries. They lived as equal partners. My dad generally cooked the meals and Mom bak...