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... you haven't been paying attention. I think this can reasonably be called an act of terrorism. This was absolutely predictable. Too many people have been blowing off these concerns and eventually a psycho acted on it. Let the blame game and political exploitation begin!
My husband, son, and I have been planning on traveling over to Germany the first week of December. We are just traveling for fun, wanting to visit the Christmas Market in Nuremberg, and a few other popular tourist attractions over there. I haven't been too overly concerned about traveling and our safety, until the US State Department issued a travel warning. If we cancel our trip we are not out any money since we fly standby, and we haven't yet reserved our hotels and rental car. I was going to do that this week. Now, I'm having second thoughts. So, what say ye? Would you go? BTW, I love Germany. I try to get over there every other year. Germany is where I served my mission. And, I really, really, want to visit a Christmas Market in Bavaria. We chose Nuremberg because it is the most well known. We could always choose a different Christmas Market that isn't as touristy.
ldsforeverx3 posted a topic in Advice BoardI was involved with a guy who was not LDS, hI was completely oblivious to physical intimacy and inexperienced before I was involved with him and I started changing little by little, seeing myself drift from family, from church and the spirit. I am not blaming this on him whatsoever, but I am saying this could happen to anyone. I was involved in heavy petting and kept excusing myself and after a while the spirit withdrew from me. I am applying to college soon, I'm so guilty, when my stake president came to visit. I spilled my heart out to him because I had no one else to turn to. My father would be devastated and completely shocked to hear of my transgressions. I want to humble myself, but I don't know where to start. I was thinking of writing him a letter because I cannot seem to utter those words. Would he consider this as a bishop or as a father? If I told him at home, would he not regard my need to keep this matter private? Or would a letter be completely informal? I just don't know where to start. I really don't want to tell my whole family. My stake president told me I have to tell my father because I am applying to LDS colleges and there are two interviews and my dad needs to know about this. I want to demonstrate integrity, but I have no idea what angle to view it from. PLEASE HELP ME. I'm desperate for words of advice. I have no one to turn to