She could only hear ringing in her ears. Her first instinct she had was to scream out for her mom, but she was alone. She felt numb, her ribs ached and her legs tingled.
Even though she was the minority in that humble home, she was enlightened and inspired as she learned about the Alshmeres’ beliefs and traditions. The more she learned, the more she grew to love them.
President Nelson visited Rome to dedicate the Rome Temple, and Pope Francis invited him to visit.
A study of female paramedic interns found a surprising correlation between discrimination and their paramedic mentor’s gender.