I make every attempt I can to spend time with my cousins, even though we all have crazy schedules. I have weekly hang-out times with my friend of nearly 14 years. I chose to come to UAH to be closer to my family, since my parents and I moved north when I was young. All of these habits that I partake in are because I find comfort, and therefore happiness, in being around these people. These people know me in a way that others will never know me; they have watched me grow and struggle into the person I am today, and they will continue to watch me grow as a human.
My life is so eventful, all have so much meaning. My first colossal birthday party. Also when my mom and dad got a divorce, and the best one is when my dad said that he was gonna adopt me. They all have a lot of meaning no matter how cliché they are. No matter how bad these events can get, they made me who I am, so I love each and every one.
Firstly, we are heroes to our children and loved ones who expect us to come home every day. Secondly, we are the super heroes who keep the lights burning at the homes and workplaces in our communities. Real super heroes know that Safety Must Always Relate To Yourself (SMARTY), and going forward, we will be recognising those who display extraordinary dedication to the cause by awarding them with a SUPER HERO badge. We look forward to applauding our super heroes in upcoming editions of this newsletter. **** A MESSAGE FROM MOSES It gives me great pleasure to formally welcome you all back to work!
“Trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, reverent.” Every Tuesday night for the past seven years, I have repeated these twelve words at the Chopmist Hill Fire Station. To some, these words are only a string of random adjectives - but to me, this “string of adjectives” is a way of life - a way to live a life of character, integrity, and leadership. The Boy Scout Law has ultimately guided me throughout my life during class, after school, at work, home, and beyond. While shooting bows and arrows during Scouting events can truly be fun (trust me, it really is! ), I have broadened my knowledge in a wide variety of subjects through Scouting - whether it is to cook the perfect sunny-side up egg, how to safely backpack through the wilderness, how to proudly proclaim your American citizenship and be a productive member of society, or how to finally learn to swim after my years of trying.
It was the best Monday i’ve ever woken up to, the weather was perfect and I anxious to go to school. That whole week we either sat down or walked around the field to talk and know about each other. My friends would always say thing to me when I was with her and her friends would say things to her. It was the best feeling ever just being with her and texting her. Little by little days started piling up and we hit our one week together.
He came to brought us back to house. The moment he saw us, he became the happiest man. He kept me in his arm and kissed me with the tender of love and care. There was a big baby naming ceremony on the day I reached house from clinic. Everyone waited outside of the house to receive us.
Whenever I was getting ready to go to service, I was always excited and I was always happy thinking about all the people I was going to help that particular service day. I also learned that after I complete service, I have a desire to go and sign up right away again to go help others and to get involved in my community because I found doing service for others made me have a quality of happiness that I have never experienced before I got involved in service a few years
I am very glad that I got to experience this for myself. (baptisms for the dead are when you get family history done and then you get baptized for your family members that never got the chance.) Now I understand what my brothers mean when they say that they can understand, hear, and feel the holy ghost with them at all times. I am so grateful that this was an option for me. I can now feel the holy ghost more than ever before, because I read my scriptures in the mornings when I wake up and before bed at night.
Welcomed with rows of lamps called diyas and decoration, it is believed that this day brings a lot of prosperity into the home. Thus, it is celebrated in full spirits by all devotees. The diyas welcome the god Rama and his wife, Sita back from the forest where he was exiled for 14 years by his horrid stepmother to stop him from becoming ruler. The festivity begins with cleaning and buying new things for the home, new traditional clothing for the family, making delicious and savory sweets, gifting one another, bursting firecrackers and completing the day with pooja (offerings and prayers to God) in the evening. The pooja helps one to connect with the spiritual self.