So yeah, good comp by FAR!!]]>
Sadly, a good family is actually kinda despiriting to me. My mind tells me that they’re okay and don’t need a visit or message, therefore I don’t need to go through the trouble of dragging my companion along and doing the visit. Ugh.]]>
Hands-down… the phrase “inspiring a peer to duty” is spot-on: it’s “easier” to encourage families as a healthy companionship than inspire a companion and (maybe families) as a single home teacher.]]>
Apparently if you have a bad companion, you can just go by yourself. So I opt to have a good companion and then we just won’t visit the difficult people. Rather, we’ll just go see a movie together or something. I may lose my soul, but I’ve gained a friend.
In all honesty, it’s really hard to preach the gospel when you aren’t in line with your companion. So, despite my sarcasm, I actually would choose the good companion.]]>
Because I’d likely simply ditch my companion and go myself, which is the way I prefer it in the first place.
I generally don’t like having companions. I didn’t like pairing up with fellow students in school for class projects either.]]>