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A Lesson From My First Priesthood Circle

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On 1/19/2016 at 3:35 PM, Doctor Steuss said:

Stood in my first circle Saturday.  I learned an important lesson.  Try not to have someone to your left that is over 6 inches taller than you.


When one has arms your size (or my skinny little things even) ... remember ... light hands ... if you are towards the bottom, lift upward

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And if you're naming/blessing a baby, hold the child in your arms close to you and let the others place their hands on him/her. DO NOT hold the little one suspended in mid-air by the combined hands of those knuckleheads in the circle. They will always, ALWAYS start bouncing up and down no matter how you resist. In my experience, babies have a pretty well-developed fear of being dropped, so they don't much care for this treatment. Probably the best argument I know for giving women the priesthood!

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On ‎2‎/‎1‎/‎2016 at 8:23 AM, Doctor Steuss said:

Balderdash! It's imperative they feel the full weight of the priesthood. The more compressed the neck, the easier it is for the priesthood to reach the heart.


That is why you are a doctor and not just some quack.

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