R.M. Ramblings: Success in Simplicity

Alma was a very wise man when he told Helaman ‘by small and simple things are great things brought to pass.’ It truly is the small and simple things in life that can either create success or dig a pit of despair. In this weeks R.M. Ramblings, I would like to focus on two aspects … Continue reading R.M. Ramblings: Success in Simplicity

The Mourning After

Sigh. Another sin, another setback. You can almost hear the pen of Heaven etch it onto the list of endless transgressions you've committed. Sound familiar? It does to me. That gooey, quicksandish feeling is one of the devil's effective tranquilizers. However, in this case, it only lasts but a second. There you sit, or rather, … Continue reading The Mourning After

R.M. Ramblings: Consulting God Always

Throughout all of the standard works, it is clear that prayer is important. Jesus Christ Himself teaches us to ‘pray always unto the Father’ in 3 Nephi chapter 18. The word ‘prayer’ and variations of it are used a whopping 375 times in the Bible. And the entire Doctrine and Covenants came as answers to prayers! It is evident … Continue reading R.M. Ramblings: Consulting God Always

R.M. Ramblings: The Power of the Truth

Trust = Time X Truth. This simple equation makes up every single human relationship that we have, including our relationship with our self-conscious. The more trust there is in a relationship, the more mutually beneficial the relationship is. We can’t make time go faster to increase trust, but we can all be more truthful. Everyone … Continue reading R.M. Ramblings: The Power of the Truth

Do you feel like something’s missing?

S. Michael Wilcox recalled a childhood pastime of looking for missing objects in his home. He and his siblings would often struggle to find what was missing, yet his mother could always locate it. She would counsel, "Move something!" The same goes for our lives. When something is missing in our lives, we often need … Continue reading Do you feel like something’s missing?

From Pawn to Royalty: Your Hidden Divinity

I think that the above picture speaks more volumes than I ever could. Several weeks ago, I embarked on a project entitled The Potential Papers (learn more about this project at https://thelibertiesofgospel.com/the-potential-papers/). My driving motivation was to find out why teenagers aren't living up to their full potential. I crafted and conducted a survey to … Continue reading From Pawn to Royalty: Your Hidden Divinity