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BYU students organize day of service projects to honor king

Published: Monday, Jan. 16 2012 11:00 p.m. MST

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Except for the 19th century's dubious reading of the curses and "marks" in the more tribal centered passages of the OLDer passages of Jewish scriptures, King's admonition to his own people are BYU perfect... whatever you do, do it well and with pride, or, as the Army slogan has it, be the best you can be. No conflicts there..BYU perfect.


When are we going to learn that it is no longer "us" or "them" anymore.  It is only "us" now. 
We're in this together, as a world family. And like a  family we must help each other in times of need. 
No matter who we are or where we are, we all breathe and bleed the same; we all love and cry the same; and we all hope and dream the same.  Infinitely more unites us than what sets us apart. 
It's about time we accept this truth and try to solve our problems as the world family that we are. 

saltlake city, utah

We are Admired from many
never forgotten as who are
with a good heart kind mind :)

Waianae, HI

I is a PC World and that is the PC thing to do.

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