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  1. Thank you for this discussion, it was wonderful to hear from all of you, and I appreciate the work you have done and continue to do.. I have always had a soft spot in my soul for the poor and needy, struggling and suffering. Yet I also envy the joy and presentness with which they often live their lives. I would love to see 100 times more than the current $40,000,000 given to humanitarian causes. It could include education/health facilities run by locally trained people, providing jobs as well as education. I know BYU does some projects with third world countries. The possibilities are myriad. I for one would love to donate to causes such as this, even if I don’t have great surplus. I think others would also. It could bring meaning to our lives that is often missing in our affluent societies.
    Didn’t the church just offer the NAACP access to the Pathways program? I think it is wonderful and hope there will be more initiatives like this.

  2. This was very hard to listen to, perhaps because I’m struggling with the issue of paying 10% tithing in light of the fact that the church has now amassed over $32B USD in investments while I don’t even have a net worth of $32K. There are things about mormonism that I love and then there are things about mormonism that I hate. I’m in a love hate relationship with it, but then again I feel like I’m in a love hate relationship with the world in general.

    1. Felling you, David! All my best as you work to sort this out. Be patient with yourself. Trust this process. We sometimes can only see light when things are very dark.

      Too many things sounding quite cliche here? 😁😬😂 Hope not. True stuff at many different levels.

      I’ll be cheering you on!

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