08 April 2014

2014 My Favorite General Conference Talks

It is that time again where the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS or 'Mormons') had a General Conference! I love watching the inspirational messages given and the great talks given. Here are the two of the talks from this recent one that I would like to share:

Here is an excerpt from Brother Uchtdorf's talk titled: A Firmly Set Anchor.

"Why We Need Anchors

The purpose of an anchor is to keep a ship safe and secure at a desired location or to help control the ship during bad weather. However, to accomplish these vital purposes, just having an anchor is not enough. The anchor must be solid, dependable, and used properly at the right time and place.
Individuals and families need anchors as well.
Adversity can come as a great storm to blow us off course and threaten to cast us against the rocks. But sometimes we are also in danger when everything appears to be safe—the winds soft and the waters smooth. In fact, we can be in the greatest danger when we are drifting and movement is so slight that we scarcely notice it...
Life has a way of testing our anchors and tempting us to drift. Nevertheless, if our anchors are correctly placed in the rock of our Redeemer, they will hold—no matter the force of the wind, the strength of the tide, or the height of the waves...
Life is beautiful and worth living. Wind, storm, and prevailing currents may tempt us to drift into dangers seen or unseen, but the gospel message and its divine power will keep us on our path back to the safe harbor of our Heavenly Father." 
I love the message of holding on firmly to our beliefs so we do not forget who we are in this life. Life is rough if we make it. Most of the problems in this world today were man-made, but it can fixed with the help from a loving Heavenly Father and through Christ's atonement.

Here is another excerpt from President Monson's (head of the church) talk on Sunday:

07 April 2014

Modest is Hottest Dad


Who remembers this sweet story from last year about a caring father and his daughter? Mrs. Macintosh, the father's wife, was a seminary substitute in my religion class. Check out the full story in the link above, meanwhile, here is an excerpt:

When asked to change out of her short shorts, a teen daughter refused, prompting her father to put on a pair of his own short shorts to teach his daughter a lesson.

29 March 2014


Motherhood always meant something great to me. In a modern world, women are always expected to do certain things and to stop working certain jobs. In this "modern" world, women are not required to have children, marry, or to be a mom. However, without women, there would not be any children. Being a mother is awesome! They are richer than any millionaire. My mom is a stay-at-home mom and I really love it because she is always there for me and I do not feel any loneliness. Good mothers are truly amazing--their hard work goes a long ways. So for girls who are planning on being a wife and mother, start now on working to be that wonderful mom, although life still happens to the best of us.

I think that the best thing we can do for our children is to allow them to do things for themselves, allow them to be strong, allow them to experience life on their own terms, allow them to take the subway... let them be better people, let them believe more in themselves.” ~ C. JoyBell C.
The best thing a girl can be is a good wife and mother. It is a girl's highest calling. I hope I am ready.”  ~ Nancy E. Turner
Motherhood is near to divinity. It is the highest, holiest service to be assumed by mankind.”  ~Howard W. Hunter

21 March 2014

Angels in the Outfeild: 20 Years

In 1994, a Disney film released the classical (a must-watch) film Angels in the Outfield. The plot is about a young boy named Roger and his best friend, JP. Roger had lost his mother and lives in a Foster home with JP with Maggie, the Foster mother. Later, Roger meets up with his father would may raise him if the baseball team, The Angels, win. So when Roger and JP go the the game, Roger witnesses real angels from Heaven helping the baseball team win. I highly suggest watching this wonderful film.

10 March 2014

Make Someone Happy...Today

"Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions." ~Dalai Lama

Our own actions decide our happiness. Others can contribute to that, although that choice comes down to our own self. Yet a kind act to make someone's day better is one of the best actions of happiness.

01 March 2014

Francesca Battistelli - Write Your Story

One of the comments from Youtube on this video was an amazing thought. This person shared a thought that our world has so much mess because of various interpretation of what they think God wants them to do, but in fact, why don't we let Him guide us instead of assuming what He wants. Let Christ make us better people.

26 February 2014

An Important Role

This is a video from my seminary class and I would like to share it. As strange as the world can be sometimes, I still care for people. This is the main reason why this blog was started--to help. Whenever someone gets hurt in anyway or shows such joy, it rubs off and I can feel sympathy for that person. We are all humans so even if we all disagree with each other, can we still have respect for each other? We can choose, but not the consequence. We can influence each other, but not change others.

"Howl: I feel terrible, like there's a weight on my chest.
Young Sophie: A heart's a heavy burden."

Here is a site that was shared and if anyone is interested in more articles on researches, go here:

22 February 2014

A Kind Word, Please

-Generation Me
For the teenage group (about ages 12 through 18), that generation has been nicknamed "Generation Me." I understand this perspective because from where I live, I know so many in that age group. In Generation Me, the youth feel so entitled to have things. With this, this allows new problems to arise; for example, in fincances, my teacher once shared that recently young adults have been filing for bankruptcy higher than before. Why? Well, in that financial literacy class, most of those single adults felt entitled without having to work hard. This is not the medieval age. That age is long over; that was when the nobles and blood-line heirs inherited riches because it was expected. It's also called the Dark Age. Now, this is not then where a free ride in life was given to only a certain few.

-The Better Half
Which is more attractive: a drug-free person or one who does use drugs? This worries me because there are other problems similar to this. Apparently, there is a trend where the strange or certain pop culture are now accepted because "everyone is doing it." Drugs, bullies, rudeness, etc. are neither attractive or good. In the long run, will it make you happy? Please do not forget the long run. Everyone effects everyone around them. No matter who the person, they are important.