Re: Elder Wirthlin
- From: Curmudgeon <ab9iw@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 03 Dec 2007 04:02:13 -0000
On Nov 13, 8:24 am, "James Stoddard" <jstodd...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Actuallt it HAS happened - been 'witness' to such an evebnt - same
phenominum with kneeling for long periods of time
"Bruce in Alaska" <f...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in messagenews:13jfckd7rpbf310@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
In article <13jcpis9ufr0...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"hlill...@xxxxxxxx" <hlill...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
James Stoddard wrote:
Many a groom has passed out at the Alter,
One way to avoid the ties that bind! :-)
Actually, getting married is probably at least as stressful as
speaking in general conference.
For those who saw the trouble Elder Wirthlin had during his
talk, here is a link my sister-in-law sent"
Never heard of anyone "Passing out" in a Sealing Room..... just wondering
if we LDS, have a better system............
Bruce in alaska
add <path> before @- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
I have served as a patron in sealing rooms quite a bit and the sealers
in St. Louis, at least, are good about being sure that they do not
keep the same people kneeling too long. That does, or at least can,
work against maintenance of good circulation and cause one to pass
Once when conducting a session in the Temple I may have given a prayer
just a bit too long, and one sister passed out.
In 1951 I was a cadet in the Air Force ROTC at University of Illinois.
We went to Chanute AFB to parcipate in a parade that spring, and while
standing at attention a large number really, or our people keeled
over. Some active duty personnel nearby did as well. Most of us knew
to keep out knees loose and even though it was hot and we were dressed
in the blue wool winter "Service Uniform" we survived.