Capstone Practicum


The family is the most essential part of Heavenly Father’s plan. While society has been deteriorating the importance of family, the church has held a constant belief that family is of the utmost importance. It is in our families that parents can steer their children in the right direction. I learned that families are important for temporal well-being and spiritual well-being. Families that have been sealed in the temple will last for eternity. Families are built on temple marriages and marriages that are between a man and woman. These values may be labeled as “old fashioned” but they sacred principles. Eternal happiness rests in our homes and within our families. It is our job to protect them from the temptations of society.

“A family built on the marriage of a man and woman supplies the best setting for God’s plan to thrive—the setting for the birth of children, who come in purity and innocence from God, and the environment for the learning and preparation they will need for a successful mortal life and eternal life in the world to come.” -Elder D. Todd Christofferson, Why Marriage, Why Family, General Conference, April 2015

“In a society where marriage is often shunned, parenthood avoided, and families degraded, we have the responsibility to honor our marriages, nurture our children, and fortify our families.” -W. Douglas Shumway, Marriage and Family: Our Sacred Responsibility, General Conference, April 2004

“The last principle we need to stand and defend is the sanctity of the home. We need to take a term which is sometimes spoken of with derision and elevate it. It is the term homemaker. All of us—women, men, youth, and children, single or married—can work at being homemakers. We should “make our homes” places of order, refuge, holiness, and safety. Our homes should be places where the Spirit of the Lord is felt in rich abundance and where the scriptures and the gospel are studied, taught, and lived.”  -Bonnie L. Oscarson, Defenders of the Family Proclamation, General Conference, April 2015

“Temple mirrors of eternity remind us that each human being has “divine nature and destiny”; that “sacred ordinances and covenants available in holy temples make it possible for individuals to return to the presence of God and for families to be united eternally”; and that, growing together in love and faithfulness, we can give children roots and wings.”  -Gerrit W. Gong, Temple Mirrors of Eternity: A Testimony of Family, General Conference, October 2010

“We are free to resist those moves which downplay the significance of the family and which play up the significance of selfish individualism. We know the family to be eternal. We know that when things go wrong in the family, things go wrong in every other institution in society.” -President Spencer W. Kimball, Families Can Be Eternal, General Conference, October 1980

“When you come to the temple you will love your family with a deeper love than you have ever felt before. The temple is about families.” -Richard H Winkel, The Temple Is about Families, General Conference, October 2006

“We also believe that strong traditional families are not only the basic units of a stable society, a stable economy, and a stable culture of values—but that they are also the basic units of eternity and of the kingdom and government of God.” -Elder L. Tom Perry, Why Marriage and Family Matter- Everywhere in the World, General Conference, April 2015

“What matters most is what lasts longest, and our families are for eternity.” -Elder M. Russell Ballard, What Matters Most Is What Lasts Longest, General Conference, October 2005

“Family is the center of life and is the key to eternal happiness.” -Elder L. Tom Perry, Why Marriage and Family Matter- Everywhere in the World, General Conference, April 2015

“We know that through temple ordinances and covenants, our cherished family relationships can endure eternally.” -Elder Craig C. Christensen, A Choice Seer Will I Raise Up, General Conference, October 2016


The atonement was for all us. It does not exclude anyone or any sin. The atonement is what gives us hope and faith that we will return to our Heavenly Father. The cleansing power of the atonement is real. There is no such thing as being “too far gone” to come back and be made whole by the atonement. Through the atonement, we have been given this person who knows exactly what we are going through, Jesus Christ. Because of the atonement, we also have the ability to repent and forgive. We do not have to carry the burden of sin on us. The atonement was one of the greatest blessings we have been given.

“Our salvation depends on believing in and accepting the Atonement. Such acceptance requires a continual effort to understand it more fully.” -James E. Faust, The Atonement: Our Greatest Hope, General Conference, October 2001

“Without the Atonement of Jesus Christ, life would be a dead-end road without hope or future. With the Atonement, life is an ennobling, inspiring journey of growth and development that leads to eternal life in the presence of our Heavenly Father.” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Four Titles, General Conference, April 2013

“Even with the trials of life, because of the Savior’s Atonement and His grace, righteous living will be rewarded with personal peace.” -Elder Quinten L. Cook, Personal Peace: The Reward of Righteousness, General Conference, April 2013

“I bear witness of the reality and power of the Savior’s Atonement to cleanse, purify, and make us and our homes holy.” -Juan A. Uceda, He Teaches Us to Put Off the Natural Man, General Conference, October 2010

“Repentance and forgiveness of sins and peace of conscience are examples of the tender mercies of the Lord.” -David A. Bednar, The Tender Mercies of the Lord, General Conference, April 2005

“And hanging in the balance was the Atonement. Through His willing act, mercy and justice could be reconciled, eternal law sustained, and that meditation achieved without which mortal man could not be redeemed.” -Boyd K. Packer, Atonement, Agency, Accountability, General Conference, April 1988

“If you have made no mistakes, then you do not need the Atonement. If you have made mistakes, and all of us have, whether minor or serious, then you have an enormous need to find out how they can be erased so that you are no longer in darkness.” -President Boyd K. Packer, The Atonement, General Conference, October 2012

“Making, keeping, and rejoicing in our covenants will be the evidence that the Atonement of Jesus Christ is truly written in our hearts.” -Linda K. Burton, Is Faith in the Atonement of Jesus Christ Written in Our Hearts?, General Conference, October 2012

“It is not possible for you to sink lower than the infinite light of Christ’s Atonement shines.” -Elder Jeffery R Holland, The Laborers in the Vineyard, General Conference, April 2012

“To watch the healing effect of the Atonement is to witness the essence of the gospel.” -Edwin W Aldous, A Reflection on the Atonement’s Healing Power, General Conference, April 1987


With our agency, we have been given the opportunity to make choices for ourselves. We can make the right choices for ourselves, but we can also make the wrong choices for ourselves. The plan of salvation does not work without agency. We have to choose to follow Jesus Christ. We have to choose to be obedient. We also know that agency comes with consequences both good and bad. Heavenly Father wants us to choose Him, while Satan is doing everything in his power to tempt us the other way. One thing that I had not thought about before, was the Holy Ghosts’ role in agency. Although he wants us to do what is right, his promptings are subtle and we have the choice whether to listen to them or not.

“The best control, I repeat, is self-control.” -Boyd K. Packer, Agency and Control, General Conference, April 1983

“A cunning part of [Satan’s] strategy is to dissociate anger from agency, making us believe that we are victims of an emotion that we cannot control.” -Lynn G. Robbins, Agency and Anger, General Conference, April 1998

“Our agency—our ability to choose and act for ourselves—was an essential element of this plan. Without agency we would be unable to make right choices and progress. Yet with agency we could make wrong choices, commit sin, and lose the opportunity to be with Heavenly Father again. For this reason a Savior would be provided to suffer for our sins and redeem us if we would repent. By His infinite Atonement, He brought about “the plan of mercy, to appease the demands of justice.” -Robert D. Hales, Agency: Essential to the Plan of Life, General Conference, October 2010

“As we obey our Heavenly Father’s commandments, our faith increases, we grow in wisdom and spiritual strength, and it becomes easier for us to make right choices.” -Wolfgang H. Paul, The Gift of Agency, General Conference, April 2006

“Agency is the power to think, choose, and act for ourselves. It comes with endless opportunities, accompanied by responsibility and consequences. It is a blessing and a burden. Using this gift of agency wisely is critical today because never in the world’s history have God’s children been so blessed or so blatantly confronted with so many choices.” -Sharon G. Larsen, Agency- A blessing and a Burden, General Conference, October 1999

“Agency is an eternal principle and is implicit in the test of life. We must constantly choose between opposites: good and evil. Satan sought to destroy the free agency of man, and here on earth he’s still working to entangle man in sin.” -Elaine Cannon, Agency and Accountability, General Conference, October 1983

“Elder Bruce R. McConkie made this statement about free agency: ‘Four great principles must be in force if there is to be agency: 1. Laws must exist, laws ordained by an Omnipotent power, laws which can be obeyed or disobeyed; 2. Opposites must exist—good and evil, virtue and vice, right and wrong—that is, there must be an opposition, one force pulling … the other. 3. A knowledge of good and evil must be had by those who are to enjoy the agency, that is, they must know the difference between the opposites; and 4. An unfettered power of choice must prevail.’” -Delbert L. Stapley, Using Our Free Agency, General Conference, April 1975

“You have agency, and you are free to choose. But there is actually no free agency. Agency has its price. You have to pay the consequences of your choices.” Dieter F Uchtdorf, On the Wings of Eagles, General Conference, July 2006

“Agency is your power to become.” -Randall L Ridd, The Choice Generation, General Conference, April 2014

“The Holy Ghost honors the principle of agency. He speaks to our minds and our hearts gently about many matters of consequence.” -Elder Robert D Hales, The Holy Ghost, General Conference, April 2016


I think the biggest lesson I took away from reading what the prophets had to say about addictions, was that if you have the desire to change, Heavenly Father will help you. It is a long road to recovery, but it is not a journey you will have to do alone. There is a misconception that once you have crossed the line, there is no coming back. However, that is not true. There is no one and nothing that is beyond the reach of Heavenly Father’s love. I think the best piece of advice that I read came from President Uchtdorf, he said, “addictions are so much easier to prevent than to cure”. If we live in a righteous way that keeps us safe from addiction, then we will never have to take the long road back to recovery.

“The first thing we must understand is that addictions are so much easier to prevent than to cure.” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Are You Sleeping through the Restoration?, General Conference, April 2014

“Addictions bring tragic consequences that are hard to overcome.” -James E. Faust, The Enemy Within, General Conference, October 2000

“You don’t have to experience the sorrow caused by sin, the pain caused by others’ actions, or the painful realities of mortality—alone.” -Carole M. Stephens, The Master Healer, General Conference, October 2016

“If our righteous desires are sufficiently intense, they will motivate us to cut and carve ourselves free from addictions and other sinful pressures and priorities that prevent our eternal progress.” -Dallin H. Oaks, Desire, General Conference, April 2014

“Some addictions are actually mind-altering and create a craving that overpowers reason and judgment. These addictions destroy the lives not only of those who do not resist them but also their parents, spouses, and children.” -President Thomas S. Monson, A Royal Priesthood, General Conference, April 2006

“In time, addictions enslave both the body and the spirit. Full repentance from addiction is best accomplished in this life, while we still have a mortal body to help us.” -Russell M. Nelson, We Are Children of God, General Conference, October 1998

“For a moment I speak to anyone that has succumbed to serious temptation. Please stop now. You can do it with the help from an understanding parent, bishop, or stake president.” -Richard G, Scott, The Power of Righteousness, General Conference, October 1998

“Save for those few who defect to perdition after having known a fulness, there is no habit, no addiction, no rebellion, no transgression, no offense exempted from the promise of complete forgiveness.” -Boyd K. Packer, The Brilliant Morning of Forgiveness, General Conference, October 1995

“You may feel that your life is in ruins. You may have sinned. You may be afraid, angry, grieving, or tortured by doubt. But just as the Good Shepherd finds His lost sheep, if you will only lift up your heart to the Savior of the world, He will find you.” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, He Will Place You on His Shoulders and Carry You Home, General Conference, April 2016

“No matter what mistakes we have made or how imperfect we feel we are, we can always bless and lift others. Reaching out to them in Christlike service can help us feel the love of God deep within our hearts.” -Elder Ronald A. Rasband, Lest Thou Forget, General Conference, October 2016


Heavenly Father has given us so much to be thankful for. Thanksgiving is a common time of year to recognize all of the blessings in our lives, but why limit that tradition to the month of November? We can be grateful any time and any place. I think that when we focus on all that we have been given, it will make us forget about the things that we do not have. Something that really stood out to me was that gratitude is the foundation of repentance. I had never thought of those two principles as being intertwined, but now I see how they fit seamlessly together. When our hearts are filled with gratitude for the Savior and his sacrifice, then we can truly repent of our sins. I think it is a great idea to keep an ongoing list of our many blessings. Sometimes in the midst of this crazy life, we may not recognize a blessing immediately, but as we take the time to reflect then we can truly see how many ways God has blessed us.

“If ingratitude be numbered among the serious sins, then gratitude takes its place among the noblest of virtues.” -President Thomas S. Monson, An Attitude of Gratitude, General Conference, April 1992

“Great men have always recognized the greatness of God and their dependence upon him, and they have with regularity rendered to him gratitude and thanksgiving.” -Marion G. Romney, Gratitude and Thanksgiving, General Conference, October 1982

“Gratitude is a Spirit-filled principle. It opens our minds to a universe permeated with the richness of a living God.” -Bonnie D. Parkin, Gratitude: A Path to Happiness, General Conference,  April 2007

“It might sound contrary to the wisdom of the world to suggest that one who is burdened with sorrow should give thanks to God. But those who set aside the bottle of bitterness and lift instead the goblet of gratitude can find a purifying drink of healing, peace, and understanding.” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Grateful in Any Circumstance, General Conference, April 2014

“A grateful heart, then, comes through expressing gratitude to our Heavenly Father for His blessings and to those around us for all that they bring into our lives.” -President Thomas S. Monson, The Divine Gift of Gratitude, General Conference, October 2010

“Gratitude is also the foundation upon which repentance is built.” -Robert D. Hales, Gratitude for the Goodness of God, General Conference, April 1992

“A grateful heart is a beginning of greatness. It is an expression of humility. It is a foundation for the development of such virtues as prayer, faith, courage, contentment, happiness, love, and well-being.” -President James E. Faust, General Conference, April 1990

“Brothers and sisters, no matter our circumstances, no matter our challenges or trials, there is something in each day to embrace and cherish. There is something in each day that can bring gratitude and joy if only we will see and appreciate it.” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Of Regrets and Resolutions, General Conference, October 2012

“We can choose to be grateful, no matter what.” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Grateful in Any Circumstance, General Conference, April 2014

“We often receive significant but subtle blessings that are not always what we expect and easily can be overlooked.” -Elder David A. Bednar, The Windows of Heaven, General Conference, October 2013

The Role of Women

I mainly chose this topic because there seems to be so much confusion in society about women and their roles. The words of the prophets are truly inspiring. They teach us that women have a unique role that is different from men, not better or not worse, just different. Another source of enlightenment about the role of women came when I was reading the biographies of the apostles, some of their wives were lawyers and some were stay-at-home moms, but no matter what their “career” title was, they all served the Lord diligently. I also think that women have a special gift with children. Mothers are able to steer their children in the right direction and teach them the gospel. I love when the apostles talk about the differences between women of the world and women of the church. Their words are so inspiring and encouraging.

“I have read and passed over the seemingly unremarkable expression ‘certain women’ numerous times before, but recently as I pondered more carefully, those words seemed to jump off the page. Consider these synonyms of one meaning of the word certain as connected to faithful, certain women: ‘convinced,’ ‘positive,’ ‘confident,’ ‘firm,’ ‘definite,’ ‘assured,’ and ‘dependable.'” -Linda K. Burton, Certain Women, General Conference, April 2017

“Sisters have key roles in the Church, in family life, and as individuals that are essential in Heavenly Father’s plan. Many of these responsibilities do not provide economic compensation but do provide satisfaction and are eternally significant.” -Quinten L. Cook, LDS Women Are Incredible!, General Conference, April 2011

“If every husband and every wife would constantly do whatever might be possible to ensure the comfort and happiness of his or her companion, there would be very little, if any, divorce. Argument would never be heard. Accusations would never be leveled. Angry explosions would not occur. Rather, love and concern would replace abuse and meanness.” -President Gordon B. Hinkley, The Women in Our Lives, General Conference, October 2004

“Women bring with them into the world a certain virtue, a divine gift that makes them adept at instilling such qualities as faith, courage, empathy, and refinement in relationships and in cultures.” -Elder D. Todd Christofferson, The Moral Force of Women, General Conference, October 2013

“No love in mortality comes closer to approximating the pure love of Jesus Christ than the selfless love a devoted mother has for her child.” -Elder Jeffery R. Holland, Behold Thy Mother, General Conference, October 2015

“Women of God can never be like women of the world. The world has enough women who are tough; we need women who are tender. There are enough women who are coarse; we need women who are kind. There are enough women who are rude; we need women who are refined. We have enough women of fame and fortune; we need more women of faith. We have enough greed; we need more goodness. We have enough vanity; we need more virtue. We have enough popularity; we need more purity.” -Margaret D. Nadauld, The Joy of Womanhood, General Conference, October 2010

“So often our sisters comfort others when their own needs are greater than those being comforted. That quality is like the generosity of Jesus on the cross. Empathy during agony is a portion of divinity!” -Neal A. Maxwell, The Women of God, General Conference, April 1978

“The circumstances of each life are significantly different, yet each woman faces the challenge of being true to the principles of the gospel if she would improve the quality of her mortal life and make herself worthy of the opportunity of eternal progression. She should begin by understanding who she is and that she has a magnificent potential as a daughter of God. Her goal then should be lofty.” -Barbara B. Smith, Women for the Latter Day, General Conference, October 1979

“There are few things more powerful than the faithful prayers of a righteous mother.” -Boyd K Packer, These Things I Know, General Conference, April 2013

“Righteous women have changed the course of history and will continue to do so, and their influence will spread and grow exponentially throughout the eternities.” -Julie B. Beck, A “Mother Heart”, General Conference, April 2004


With so much negativity and violence in the world, it may seem impossible to find joy. What I have learned, is that you can find joy in the simplest of things. One way you are guaranteed to find joy is the gospel. When we live a Christ-centered life then we can focus on Him and not get caught up in all the negativity. I personally think that the very best way to feel joy is to serve. When you are helping someone else, not only are you distracting yourself from what is going on in your life, you are always helping someone else in theirs. What I learned from reading many, many talks about joy is that there is a difference between happiness and joy. Things like ice cream, and the beach, and vacations make me happy, but holier things bring me joy.

“True, enduring happiness, with the accompanying strength, courage, and capacity to overcome the greatest difficulties, will come as you center your life in Jesus Christ.” -Richard G. Scott, The Atonement Can Secure Your Peace and Happiness, General Conference, October 2006

“Our lives must be centered with exactness in Christ if we are to find true joy and peace in this life.” -Elder Richard J. Maynes, The Joy of Living a Christ-Centered Life, General Conference, October 2015

“Great things are wrought through simple and small things. Like the small flecks of gold that accumulate over time into a large treasure, our small and simple acts of kindness and service will accumulate into a life filled with love for Heavenly Father, devotion to the work of the Lord Jesus Christ, and a sense of peace and joy each time we reach out to one another.” -M. Russell Ballard, Finding Joy through Loving Service, General Conference, April 2011

“Let us relish life as we live it, find joy in the journey, and share our love with friends and family.” -President Thomas S. Monson, Finding Joy in the Journey, General Conference, October 2008

“Tomorrow’s joy or tomorrow’s despair has its roots in decisions we make today.” -Joseph B. Wirthlin, Three Choices, General Conference, October 2003

“I don’t know if anything in this world could bring more happiness and joy than to know that our children know the Savior” -Elder K. Brett Nattress, No Greater Joy Than to Know That They Know, General Conference, October 2016

“There is no lasting joy in possessions. There is no peace here or hereafter in pride. There is comfort and understanding in the loving arms of him whose every act of courage, of mercy, and of love was performed in the shadow of a cross he knew was ahead for him, and in a world shot through with moral flaws.” -Marion D. Hanks, Joy through Christ, General Conference, April 1972

“My dear brothers and sisters, the joy we feel has little to do with the circumstances of our lives and everything to do with the focus of our lives.” -Russell M. Nelson, Joy and Spiritual Survival, General Conference, October 2016

“Cultivate an attitude of happiness. Cultivate a spirit of optimism. Walk with faith, rejoicing in the beauties of nature, in the goodness of those you love, in the testimony which you carry in your heart concerning things divine.” -President Gordon B. Hinkley, “If Thou Art Faithful”, General Conference, October 1984

“The temple sealing has greater meaning as life unfolds. It will help you draw ever closer together and find greater joy and fulfillment.” -Richard G. Scott, The Eternal Blessings of Marriage, General Conference, April 2011

Comparing Yourself to Others

Heavenly Father said that we are is most precious and treasured creations. I cannot imagine how He must feel when we compare ourselves to others and think that we are not good enough or that we are too good. When we compare ourselves to others, nothing good will come out of it. Also, we should not let other’s opinions of us affect how we feel about ourselves. The apostles are constantly reminding us of our worth and that we are children of God and that He loves us and He knows each one of us by name. Elder Cornish gave us advice to only compare our future selves to our past selves to measure how we have grown. I think that if we choose to follow this advice, we will be much happier.

“If we could truly understand the Atonement of the Lord Jesus Christ, we would realize how precious is one son or daughter of God.” -M. Russell Ballard, The Atonement and the Value of One Soul, General Conference, April 2004

“Please, my beloved brothers and sisters, we must stop comparing ourselves to others. We torture ourselves needlessly by competing and comparing. We falsely judge our self-worth by the things we do or don’t have and by the opinions of others. If we must compare, let us compare how we were in the past to how we are today—and even to how we want to be in the future. The only opinion of us that matters is what our Heavenly Father thinks of us. Please sincerely ask Him what He thinks of you. He will love and correct but never discourage us; that is Satan’s trick.” -Elder J. Devn Cornish, Am I Good Enough? Will I Make It?, General Conference, October 2016

“A third area of distraction that can destroy joy is comparing our talents and blessings with others. The growth in our own talents is the best measure of personal progress. In recent years the concept of “personal best” has become widely accepted. This has great merit. Remember we usually judge others at their best and ourselves at our worst.” -Quentin L. Cook, Rejoice!, General Conference, October 1996

“Of course, there are times when a woman’s ability to endure is taxed to the limit. A teacher may have had enough of childish pranks, or a mother might be heard to say she’s “ready to resign.” She could become discouraged, especially if comparing herself unrealistically to others or focusing on what she is to do instead of on what she is to be.” -Russell M. Nelson, Woman- Of Infinite Worth, General Conference, October 1989

“Because you are unique; you are irreplaceable” -Elder Jeffery R. Holland, Songs Sung and Unsung, General Conference, April 2017

“Our divine nature has nothing to do with our personal accomplishments, the status we achieve, the number of marathons we run, or our popularity and self-esteem. Our divine nature comes from God. It was established in an existence that preceded our birth and will continue on into eternity.” -Rosemary M. Wixom, Discovering the Divinity Within, General Conference, October 2015

“Each woman needs to develop both gifts, the gift of faith and the gift of study, to the utmost of her capacity. We need to exercise both study and faith to become self-reliant. We need to understand their relationship to each other and to us.” -Chieko N. Okazaki, Rowing Your Boat, General Conference, October 1994

“She understood who she was and whose she was.” -Elaine S. Dalton, We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father, General Conference, April 2013

“No one of us is less treasured or cherished of God than another. I testify that He loves each of us—insecurities, anxieties, self-image, and all.” -Jeffery R. Holland, The Other Prodigal, General Conference, April 2002

“We simply have to stop judging others and replace judgmental thoughts and feelings with a heart full of love for God and His children.” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, The Merciful Obtain Mercy, General Conference, April 2012


After some careful thought and consideration, I decided to focus on being grateful. My plan for the six weeks was to keep a journal with an ongoing list of all of my blessings. I also said one prayer a day where I only mentioned what I was grateful for and not ask for anything. Not only did I want to express my gratitude to God, I also wanted to make sure that the people in my life knew that I was grateful for them.

All of these ideas started out pretty simply and they evolved. I found myself carrying around my list of blessings so that I would not miss a thing. I wrote more thank you notes in the past six weeks than I have in my entire life. I began to realize during the third week or so that I should be putting my gratitude into actions. So far, I had only been verbally giving thanks to God or writing notes to people but I felt like I could do more. I thought that there was no better way to show Heavenly Father my appreciation for all that He has given me, than by serving His children. I made it a goal to do little things each day to try to help someone and do one bigger act of service.

As the days went on, I found myself less concerned with the small, trivial things in my life that I used to think were a big deal. I felt more joy and happiness in my life when I was serving other people. When I started keeping track of my blessings, everything in my life felt like it was a blessing and I had this realization that I am beyond blessed. I decided to keep up with these habits beyond the six weeks because I think it is always important to have an attitude of gratitude. To help remind me of that I printed out some of the quotes I found from the apostles about gratitude and hung them up in various places that I would see throughout my day. One thing I am thankful for is this experience that I had and for this class. Studying the words of the living prophets and apostles was a very inspirational and encouraging experience. They want us to be the best versions of ourselves so that we can all return to our Heavenly Father one day.


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