There is not much new here. We found a couple of interesting people this week that hopefully will continue wanting to learn. We have been helping the Bishop in our ward a lot lately by visiting less active members and families that need service and love.
It has been great visiting people that are touched by the things others do for them. I really am grateful for people who are polite. Not just polite to their neighbors and friends, but polite to everyone. Even to the two young missionaries that knock on their door once a month. Most people don't take the time to understand others situations. We all need to assume Good Intent. That goes for everyone and every situation. We need to assume that others at least believe that they have a good reason for the things that they do. If it is something we don't agree with or feel is right then that is fine, however we should first learn their perspective and outlook on it before accusing them of trying to do harm or annoyance. Those are my thoughts on people skills.
Sam deep in thought
Sam with Elder Joshua Scott from Draper.
(Friends from Middle School. Elder Scott went to Corner Canyon)
Christmas decorations from mom
with Elder Peters outside the church.