Tune in to The Evening Breeze this upcoming Sunday at 6pm Pacific to hear my interview with Israeli Brony Bessorah Rubenstein regarding the war in Israel and Gaza! The interview will be prerecorded due to timezone limitations.
Get it at http://brony.co/tune!
In response to the email I sent regarding immigration to Representative Eshoo (A Response to Anna Eshoo's Statement in Support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform, July 17th, 2014), I received the following message:
I recently acquired a new Sony a3000 interchangeable-lens mirrorless camera. It's basically a DSLR only instead of an optical viewfinder, you see exactly what the image sensor sees. It uses the Sony E-mount for using different lenses, and has a large sensor for maximum exposure. At a fraction of the cost of a DSLR.
Dear Ms. Eshoo,
I have figured out why the smokers, alcoholics, less-active members, and investigators usually sit at the very back of the chapel. It's because they want an avenue of escape that doesn't involve the overwhelming and not-always-sincere well-wishing and "oh-I'm-so-glad-to-see-you-today"s that many Saints believe they have a spiritual obligation to share.
I'm looking at the exciting possibility of performing interviews of Bronies live in The Evening Breeze. All I need are suggestions from you, my faithful listeners, on who I should invite to the show.
You can send your suggestions to AvondSuth@gmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you!
This post is about personal behavior. In my experience, often people will sincerely mean well, but will say or do something that, for whatever reason, will offend you or hurt your feelings.
The trick is to not be offended or hurt all the time. Being offended is a choice. It may be such an ingrained habit that you don't choose concsiously, but you still choose. Choose to not be offended.
Having your feelings hurt is something that you can't really avoid, but you can deal with it in a positive way. Don't be offended, and don't hold a grudge. Also do not be quick to negatively judge the person who hurt you. There may be difficult circumstances in his lie, or maybe, as was mentioned above, he only wished the best for you.
Also, try analyzing why your feelings are hurt. I've found, after some deep introspection, that I have false or unrealistic expectations. Just remember, as you aren't aware of others' difficulties and troubles, they aren't aware of all of yours.
The point of this is don't be offended. Choose to be kind, happy, and positive, instead of vindictive, grumpy, and negative.
Happy Mother's Day, everyone! I gave a talk on a motherly subject this morning in church, and it was so well-received that I decided to share it with you, my loyal readers, as well. Here it is!
Pruzah feyl, zeymahhe ahrk briinahhe! Good morning, brothers and sisters!
I was originally going to present a talk that had a bit about why mothers are important, citing ancient General Conference talks about how children are more likely to be delinquent without a mother. This would have been followed by a number of exceedingly short stories about things my mother has done for and with me.