There's about a two-hour window during which the skies will darken because of the eclipse on Monday, with a period of about two minutes when the sun will be completely hidden. And then it will be over, just like that.
We live right on the path of totality for next week's solar eclipse. There's a lot of hype — bordering on frenzy — about what will happen. One thing you can't miss, though, is that everywhere you go, people are trying to make a buck off the event!
That's one of the things I love about the Book of Mormon: it shows both groups of people disparaging the other — just like people do. For me it's one of those intrinsic testimonies that it's a true record, not just something somebody made up.
The phrase tat tvam asi is one of the four Grand Pronouncements; the Sanskrit translates roughly to "That thou art." In a certain context it means that we are one and the same — we're all children of God.
I've been cartooning since I was a teenager, and have been published in magazines ranging from AASHTO Quarterly to the LDS Church magazines and several other periodicals, trade publications and newsletters.
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