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... spirit. I do not have a clue what the talks are about. Obviously, for me, the words can sometimes get in the way.
I remember being young and sitting in the choir seats in the old tabernacle in St. George. It must have been a primary program. I did occasionally go. We sang, "When He Comes Again". I think it was the first time I felt the spirit. Eternally grateful for that experience.
... 160; 60; But... Here's the most interesting insight. As we sat and talked about his life he told me the "real story". "Here is who I was. (with apologies to all stake clerks) I am an accountant that stared at a screen my entire life. I was a Stake Clerk for 10 years. And, if that's not somber enough, I was called to be the stake patriarch." 60; He understood the expression on my face ...
... on a taxi at this point, but Jerome was not ready to give up that easily ;) In the end, we approached this young local guy at the bus stop, who miraculously understood our questions about the bus system, and explained that not all 30 buses go to the city centre, only some. A sign on the buses to explain that would have been nice, but hey ;) This guy turned out to be our saviour !! He got on the next bus with us, stayed on ...
... my life.
And surprisingly I wasn't wrong at all. It was even more than I expected!
The most bumpy street I've ever been on to. I know I've said that a lot during my entries already, but this time. it tops everything.
The ride was 26 hours, it was unbearable hot, I went through 3 passport controls, the police came on board about 6 times, I didn't have enough food and what I got on board was just disgusting.
The worst 26 hours of my life.
Got the bus from Puerto Iguazu in Argentina to asuncion in Paraguay on Saturday afternoon, took the supposedly 5 hour bus at midday and arrived in Paraguay at close to 7pm... I didn't really know what to expect from Paraguay, but after quick taxi ride from the bus station through a much rougher looking city than we'd seen before quickly realized this was quite a lot poorer than the places I've visited so far. One of the german guys I'd met ...