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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 17 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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The Real Maverick
Orem, UT

I agree.

In today's world so many merely care about money. They even hide them in offshore accounts.

Take some time to serve one another, enjoy nature (not just drill in it), and enjoy time with your family.

Grundle
West Jordan, UT

I agree with "The Real Maverick"

We all care about money too much. No one is taking time to serve others (y'know...like our Bishops and Stake Presidents do) instead counting their money in off-shore accounts instead of shutting down their offices for several days to hunt for a missing child. And while we are harboring our money in offshore accounts we are ignoring our sons (all five of them) instead of spending time with our families. Heck...we could even take our dogs on our family outings (always room on the roof!)

Some are so concerned about their riches that they won't even give a bit of their time to volunteer for worthy causes like the Olympics or running a state (Say...Massachusetts for example.)

You go Maverick and tell it like it is!

(Boy...am feeling snarky today!)

Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

Just because you put the word God on your money doesn't mean it represents him, or is worthy of worship.

Privatizing everything as only worthy if it can make a profit, say's a lot about how you see your fellowman, is he your brother or just another dollar in your pocket (or offshore account.)

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