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Farm Dedicated To Feeding The Hungry, Batkid Begins Trailer, & Real-Life Repunzels Donate Hair

 

"Grace means we can put the chalk away and stop keeping score."

-Bob Goff, "Love Does"

 

"Worship isn't a feeling you wait for, it's a choice you make."

-Chris Tomlin

 

Grandpa's Entire Farm Dedicated To Feeding The Hungry

 

Emotional 'Batkid Begins' Trailer Shows How A 5-Year-Old Really 'Saved' An Entire City

 

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More 'Real-Life Rapunzels': These Children Chopped Their Hair To Help Other Sick Kids 

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Your Garage Sale Cheat Sheet: How To Get The Best Deals 

Ebola-Infected Doctor's Extraordinary Sacrifice

This Ice Cream Changes Color As You Lick It 

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Jul 16 2012

Engagement Photos

Military Couple Sought by Photographer Who Captured Their Engagement. Good Morning America 

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7/16/2012 3:25:25 PM
Anne United States
Anne
I was once at the LDS temple visitors center in Salt Lake City.  If you have never been there, there is an amazing room that is painted with a galaxy mural and in the center ther is a replica of the "Cristus" statue.  I was there with my family and at the base of the statue there was a young man on one knee proposing to his sweetheart.  I thought at the time it was very romantic and spiritual.  Now I understand more that as the statue is holding his arms out to all humanity he is also holding his arms out to all marriages.  He is there to help us.  It was the perfect place to ask for his sweethearts hand.  The savior was watching over them then as he watches over all of us always.
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