In This Episode:
It’s another new episode of the Richest Men in Town and this week’s episode is short, sweet, and guestless as Tyler and Mike get some summer vacation on. Don’t let the length fool you because the conversation is still rich as the guys come together to reflect on the life going on around them. This week’s musings include:
-living it right
-reflecting on experiences
The guys end with a challenge to listeners to reflect and reach out to old friends to reconnect and support one another through things. Repair breaches and remove wedges that old friend that’s just around the corner may not always be there.
“The Final Judgment is not just an evaluation of a sum total of good and evil acts–what we have done. It is an acknowledgment of the final effect of our acts and thoughts–what we have become.” -Elder Dallin H. Oaks
“I wish I could get every member of the Church to go and partake of the sacrament, and when they took the bread, they’d ask themselves, ‘Who am I? What am I doing? How am I living? Where am I going? What should I be accomplishing?’ as they renew their covenants with the Lord. The minute they’d pick up the bread, something would happen.” -Elder L. Tom Perry
Mount Shasta Resort Golf
Brad Wilcox “His Grace is Sufficient”
Charles Hanson Towne’s “Around The Corner”
Tim McGraw’s My Old Friend
The Boogeyman directed by Stephen King
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