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Learning Journal week 1 - how Satan can affect us this way...

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Preparation : Candle in the Window- We all need to be available for communication and to be able to show that we “have our candle in the window”. This talk really speaks to me and I know that I need to be better with other people around me. I need to be open for not just for conversation but communication. I came to BYU-IDAHO to challenge myself- This video was really touching and shows how truly amazing this school is. It shows how much more this place is than a university and how amazing the people here are. NPR podcast- What if all of the social media’s were gone? Will people be able to function? People seem pretty split with the decision where some people feel like it will be okay where others are unsure. Most people agree with “no” to stop texting. We all would be just fine if any of these things were never invented the best thing to do is moderation. Things as they really are- This talk was about how important our physical bodies are and
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Unformatted text preview: how Satan can affect us this way. I was most affected where is said we “neglect eternal relationships for digital distractions.” This seems so true in this day and age and we really need to be careful about it. Interpersonal Communication in class-My experience with “your board” I like having something to go on to when I have a question but sometimes I feel like I am never doing enough. Some people are constantly on there chatting and having conversations. I will try harder and try to be more involved with the class. When I have assignments I usually like to complete them and just be done so it will probably take me awhile to get used to commenting all the time. Ponder/ Prove- I can’t find what conflict between Susan and Jason? I’m sorry. I’ve looked all over all the folders but I can’t seem to find anything....
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