Sunday, November 7, 2010

I See... When Nobody's Perfect

The Mormon Third Eye had one of those weekends. You know, one of THOSE weekends. I returned from a long business trip on Saturday evening with a vicious bout of upset stomach mingled with stronger than normal jetlag. I missed all my Sunday meetings, then spent 5-6 hours wrestling with my Internet provider before service was restored. At the close of a Sunday that unfortunately felt like any other day of the week, I realized that for the first time in 171 weeks, the Mormon Third Eye saw nothing; there was no post to post.

So first of all, I apologize to the handful of readers who may be looking forward each weekend to the Mormon Third Eye's view. I will strive hard never to do that again.

Then it dawned on me that nobody is perfect, not even the Mormon Third Eye. We are all on our way to being perfect, but none of us is certainly not there yet. We have an eternity to get it right, and besides, we can only be made perfect through the atonement of Lord Jesus Christ.

So, in closing, I want to apologize for what the Mormon Third Eye did not see today, but encourage readers to look closely for what it did see.

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