You don’t have to be temple worthy to have a temple worthiness interview with your bishop.

A prime example of the nameless virtue (#namelessvirtue).

Come to think of it, mortality and the keeping of the first estate are all a giant exercise in the nameless virtue.  A more deliberate method of putting yourself in the way of having all your flaws exposed I cannot imagine.  Maybe that’s the difference between the great majority whose mortal experience is only fetal or as a very young child, and those of us who live longer.  Maybe they knew perfectly well they were going to flub it and volunteered to come anyway, while we minority of optimists felt that it would be a challenge but believed we were up to it.

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