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The Right to an Education

Going through my morning routine of getting a five-year-old ready for school and juggling my own preparations for work, I heard the words “Taliban” and “education” from the television as I passed through the kitchen but didn’t hear much more … Continue reading

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Home Away From Home

At nineteen years old, I was itching for adventure. (Weren’t we all?) I signed up for a summer program in London, and then—armed with a change of clothes, a stash of peanut butter bars, and plenty of pluck—I backpacked from … Continue reading

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Freedom in the Rules

I find these limits and guidelines liberating because they help make my decisions easier, freeing up more time to focus on the important things (not just Buffy marathons, but stuff like serving others and coming closer to the Lord). Continue reading

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Basketball, Rules, and Repentance

I heard about the Davies incident not long after I heard that the BYU basketball team was rated number 4.  This is about all I know about the team, which pretty accurately shows the extent of my sports knowledge. That … Continue reading

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