Consider the suggestion of being open to possibility while grieving, specifically the possibility of “maybe, someday” along the way. Someday for some may be today – are you open to singing the Hallelujah chorus with the MoTab?
A glimpse into personal libraries and bookish peculiarities says much about the owners, and 20 things you could say more often as suggested by Kid President.
Learning under the train tracks – The Huffington Post and a local journalist both spend time at the “Under the Bridge School” in New Dehli, where not having a building doesn’t stop the students learning.
If punctuation adds to the story, what happens when you remove the words? See the Book of Mormon told using only punctuation (my favourite is Alma), and can you recognise these well-known books told only in emojis?
To see the world a little differently, try the “Inside Out” dating experience of a YSA guy. Also, A Motley Vision is calling for submissions of alternate Mormon history for an upcoming publication!
Our First Draft Poetry is By Lara this week.
like tungsten, like granite—it’s so hard
and yet I need to find
a softened place
to keep a bit of earth
A legume underneath
the false protection I’m wrapped in,
as I am held up,
held back by this
I cannot be more—
alone, waiting for the density
to slide away
and through it all I
wedge the door