I fought the Amendment myself even though I wasn't a church member yet and would not become a member for another twenty-some years.

Stacy.

At 09:04 PM 09/14/2003 -0400, you wrote:

And why are they working? To get that second car, or the boat or the
bigger house??? I am reminded of what the Lord said in 2 Nephi:

"51  Wherefore, do not spend money for that which is of no worth, nor
your labor for that which cannot satisfy.  Hearken diligently unto me,
and remember the words which I have spoken; and come unto the Holy One
of Israel, and feast upon that which perisheth not, neither can be
corrupted, and let your soul delight in fatness."

It seems to me that the whole purpose is to "be in the world and taste
of the world." The world in changing all right, and the closer we draw
that change to ourselves, the further we are from God. James said:

"...know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God?
whosoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God."

Yes, having one paycheck can be a real pain at times, but I would
suppose that no nurturing parent at home is why children grow up
"without natural affection."

I have been reading Wil Durant's "The Age of Faith" which chronicles the
Roman empires demise. One of the items that weighs heavily in Durant's
analysis of the fall of Rome was the assertion of women's rights. Why
did the church fight so diligently against the Equal Rights Amendment if
this was the position we are going to assume??

Help me understand where this is taking us?

NB

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Osborne [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2003 8:23 PM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [ZION] working woman
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> Gordon B. Hinckley, "Stand True and Faithful," Ensign, May 1996, 91
> "I urge each of you young women to get all of the schooling
> you can get. You will need it for the world into which you
> will move. Life is becoming so exceedingly competitive.
> Experts say that the average man or woman, during his or her
> working career, can expect to have at least five different
> jobs. The world is changing, and it is so very important that
> we equip ourselves to move with that change. But there is a
> bright side to all of this. No other generation in all of
> history has offered women so many opportunities."
> ------------
>
> Here a couple of years after Bensen died the prophet is
> letting the woman know that work and jobs for woman is
> inevitable and the "WORLD IS CHANGING" Don't you blue collar
> men feel less then men because your wives have to
> work!!!!!!!!!!!! You know how it is. The white collar men are
> quite comfortable in what they earn but are blissfully
> ignorant of what it is like to make sorry wages in this day
> and age. Thank God we have a prophet that has foreseen the
> future and prepared our woman for what was coming. Paul O
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] [Non-text portions of this message have
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