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|Title||Alone in the Moonlight|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1961|
|Authors||Hanks, Marion D.|
|Date Published||April 1961|
|Keywords||Alma the Younger; Enos (Son of Jacob); Lehi (Prophet); Love; Missionary Work; Sons of Mosiah; Tree of Life|
Experiencing soul satisfying circumstances is better when one is not alone. Sharing such experiences with loved ones increases the satisfaction, as is exemplified in the Book of Mormon. Examples of such phenomena include Lehi, who tastes of the fruit of the tree of life and desires to share; Enos, who prays for his brethren; and the sons of Mosiah and Alma, who shared their experiences as missionaries following their conversion.
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