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Published: Tuesday, Jan. 28 2014 9:40 a.m. MST

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get her done
Bountiful, UT

Every human can find a money tree. Those that have to led don't need money. Constant solicitation gets a little old.

Craig Clark
Boulder, CO

Take the card with a smile and polite thank you, then do with it as you please when he giver is safely out of sight. He means well but you need not feel obligated just because he seems like a nice fellow. Appreciate that it's more personal than a piece of junk mail, e-mail spam, or pop-up ads on a screen monitor. On any given day, distractions galore compete for our time and attention. We have to make choices.

Uncle Rico
Sandy, UT

@ Craig Clark

I was not surprised to see Boulder Colorado by your name.

Nothing will stop the LDS from reaching out to people, flourishing and growing. Get used to it.

Uncle Rico
Sandy, UT

@ Craig in BC

Perhaps the information on this card would really benefit you? You need a hug.

CBPapa
Cedar Hills, UT

To those replying to Craig in Boulder:

I might be mistaken (certainly not the first time), but I think Craig is actually encouraging people to at least accept the card and realize that it was given to them in a very personal way. If they choose to throw it away...that's okay. If they choose to keep it and perhaps act on it...then that's also their choice.

cougarsare1
Las Vegas, NV

Agree with CBPapa. Craig was merely trying to say, "Don't be offended by receiving a card."

Uncle Rico
Sandy, UT

@ Craig

What did you mean by your comment? Please share.

Southernmiss
kaysville, UT

When I'm traveling , volunteering, working, etc. and I meet someone, and we have a great conversation, I make a decision , do I like this person? Do we have a lot in common? We all do this when we meet new people. I enjoy friends, and I am very open about who I am and share a lot about my life.

I do like to share my faith. And I love my Savior Jesus Christ! And I love to share that great love with people that I really like! I have given many Book of Mormons away, pass a long cards, etc., I wouldn't walk up to someone I don't know, or someone who is antagonistic and share my faith with them. It's something I do for those I love and respect.

If someone offers you a pass along card..take it as a complement! They must think highly of you!

New Yorker
Pleasant Grove, UT

A referral card 50 years ago at the Mormon Pavilion, New York World's Fair, changed my life, my family's life, and now over 100 descendants of my parents! What a wonderful message it was learning about the great plan of happiness. So it has become.

Don't be negative about any religion or of spirituality in general. God reveals himself to all people. Discover the richness that He has provided.

Cynicism never was happiness.

Canyontreker
TAYLORSVILLE, UT

I push print and it makes a card? I think I missed a step somewhere.

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