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Being Brave: online/offline

January 27, 2014

I “reblog” Carlee’s posts frequently. She is a brilliant young writer who has much to say. I feel good to know the future of The Church is her her, and other like her, hands! Read this post and then check out some of her other posts. Many blessings to Carlee!

Carlee Lane

Hello there! Today I am thinking about bravery. Can we talk about that for a minute?
Bravery is a concept that’s been on my mind for a good, long while. It’s been a personal practice for me in the past few months… something that I’ve tried to be better at.
You see, I’m one of those people that’s somewhat anxious and worried by default. I’m kind of wired that way. I have so many great stories that I could tell you… most of which involve fainting in doctors’ offices of all kinds. Fun fact: With the help of Google I have actually diagnosed myself with a fascinating disorder-type-thingy, which I am super happy about because unlike ALL my other Google medical inquiries, this one does NOT suggest that I have cancer/heart disease/malaria and that I need to “call 911 immediately.” Oh WebMD, how we love you, am I right?

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