…feelings of other people.

“One of the greatest accomplishments in this world would be that of lifting human hearts. Blessed are they who are kind and considerate of the feelings of other people.” — Richard L. Evans

Reason over Appetite

“A pivotal spiritual attribute is that of self-mastery—the strength to place reason over appetite. Self-mastery builds a strong conscience. And your conscience determines your moral responses in difficult, tempting, and trying situations.” —Russell M. Nelson

Rubber Checks Bounce!

Rubber Checks! Paper Can Bounce?
Professor teaches us that Rubber Checks will bounce – So don’t write rubber checks! The Professor is Randall Malin – a great actor to work with. Produced by Eric Bennett and directed by Gilbert Howe. Animation by TML – (TooManyLegs) – they made this come to life with the lab and bouncing checks.

Phone Home!! Call Your Parents!

Phone Home!
Veteran actor J. K. Simmons won his first Oscar for his supporting role in Whiplash. Playing an abusive teacher who pushes a young jazz drummer to the limit, Simmons had been a sensation since his film debuted at the Sundance Film Festival more than a year ago, though fans of his work in everything from HBO’s Oz to the Spider-Man films (in which he played newspaper editor J. Jonah Jameson) can hardly have been surprised. Notably, Simmons represents another performer winning in this category for playing an alluring villain, following past winners including Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men), Heath Ledger (The Dark Knight), Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds), and Kevin Spacey (The Usual Suspects).

Forward and Vision

Have you ever noticed going down the road of life that the rearview mirror is always clearer than the windshield.