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Repairing Cyberspace rifts

Ken Learns a Lesson About Repairing Rifts Which Emerge in Cyberspace By Ken K. Gourdin Warning to Those of Tender Eyes, of Tender Ears, and/or of Tender Years: Here Be Strong Language – A few years ago, there was a … Continue reading

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Glass-Half-Full

Glass-Half-Full: Counting My Blessings By Ken K. Gourdin Perhaps this will be an appropriate follow-up to “Suicidal, But Sane.” How much do we take for granted? Professor Dan Peterson, professor of Arabic and of Islamic studies at Provo, Utah’s, Brigham … Continue reading

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Lifted Up at the Last Day

“Lifted Up at the Last Day”: Thoughts on Personal Revelation By Ken K. Gourdin Some time ago as a member of the High Council, President [name redacted] gave a masterful talk in the Tenth Ward on the nature of revelation. … Continue reading

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Beating The Odds

Beating The Odds: The Story of My Life  By Ken K. Gourdin Author’s Note:  I wrote this by hand in about early January of 1984 for a class assignment.  Unfortunately, I don’t recall which class it was for, and it … Continue reading

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Our Privilege to Revelation

Our Privilege to Revelation: Need We Wait for the Prophet to Get a New Revelation, or for Any Particular One to be Canonized – Or Are We Living Below Our Own Privilege to It? By Ken K. Gourdin Note – … Continue reading

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