I'll agree with those sentiments.


At 08:50 PM 11/09/2002 -0600, you wrote:


I'm glad you cope so well on this earth. I want it to be as easy as
possible and I want the least amount of trials too but that doesn't seem
to be my lot. If life as a god is not as happy as I expect it should be
than maybe I don't want to be a god. I'm just here because Heavenly
Father expected it and I agreed to come here to grow. But this earth is a
rotten place for me and if God judges me or takes away my opportunity for
exaltation because that is how I feel and react or don't do all I could
have done like refuse a calling or something else-- SO BE IT!!!

Paul O
~the servant?

On Sat, 9 Nov 2002 18:13:52 -0600 Gary Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> And you think the next life will be any easier????  I just think
> about
> what God must have been feeling as he was dealing death to his
> children
> during the Great Flood. Enoch tells us that God wept like we cannot
> imagine. Truly, to be God means we aren't just blissfully happy all
> the
> time, but we have all the range of God-like emotions, including
> sadness
> and sorrow.
> I thank God for this world. All of its struggles teach me so very
> much. I
> have learned patience and compassion through my trials, two things
> that I
> don't readily fall to in life.  At the same time, some of the most
> wonderful experiences come to me because of this life. How could I
> despise a gift that God has given me? I mean, without this gift
> called
> mortality, I could never learn to be like God.
> There are many beautiful things around me. I am glad to be here to
> see
> the geese fly in from the Zoo, to feed in the fields behind my
> house. I
> am glad to see my wife get an "A" on her college class. I am glad to
> see
> a new member go to the temple. I am glad to see one of my children
> or
> grandchildren succeed at something.
> And I'm glad for the trials. They teach me so very much on how to
> be
> godlike. I've been out of work for a few months now, and though it
> drives
> me crazy at times, it has also given me much time with my wife-what
> a
> nice reward.
> I'll go when I'm called to go. If I have to live through the great
> disasters at the end, I'll do it with the knowledge that it will
> improve
> me and strengthen me.
> K'aya K'ama,
> Gerald/gary  Smith    gszion1 @juno.com    http://www
> .geocities.com/rameumptom/index.html
> "No one is as hopelessly enslaved as the person who thinks he's
> free."  -
> Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
> >Paul Osborne wrote:
> >---
> >Trust me, you're not alone. I don't care about Jackon County or
> the
> >second coming or any of the dreaded prophecies of doom. I just want
> to
> >get my mission done and get out of here. The sooner the better as I
> wish
> >the Lord would hurry it up and beam me up. I'm so sick of this
> world.

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