“BYU Vocal Point pays tribute in CNN performance to COVID-19 victims”

“BYU Vocal Point pays tribute in CNN performance to COVID-19 victims” July 7, 2020


Tissot's Good Shepherd
” Le bon pasteur” (The Good Shepherd)
James Tissot (d. 1902); Wikimedia CC public domain


On national television:  “BYU Vocal Point pays tribute in CNN performance to COVID-19 victims”




I’m honestly baffled why many don’t appear to be taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously, and why some seem to imagine that it’s really just about politics.  The COVID-19 virus doesn’t care who is elected president this year.  It doesn’t care about making America great again or about dragging the country down.


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“Coronavirus: Spanish study casts doubt on herd immunity feasibility”


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A brief video from the University of Utah Medical School:  “COVID-19 Why wear a mask?”


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“Faith leaders make an appeal to Utahns: Wear a mask to protect your neighbor: Latter-day Saint, Catholic, Jewish, Buddhist and leaders from dozens of other faith traditions join together to call on all to ‘love one’s neighbor’ by wearing a mask and social distancing”




When a lawyer asked the Savior which of all the commandments was the greatest, Jesus could have chosen any of the many examples of divine commands from the Old Testament, from the law of Moses, from the Ten Commandments.  Instead, He summarized all of the commandments with these two:

“Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

“This is the first and great commandment.

“And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself” (Matthew 22:37–39).

“We cannot truly love God,” President Thomas S. Monson taught, “if we do not love our fellow travelers on this mortal journey.”



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