1. fell into transgression...2. they were murdered3. they were plundered and hunted4. they were driven forth and scattered5. they were no more called Nephites but became wild and ferocious.
1. Truth- Numbers don't lie. Numerical records tell stories of their own. Data is an invaluable perspective.2. Integrity. When people know that records are being kept they are less apt to tell "fish stories".3. Perspective.. Records bring good perspective in our lives. They help us understand the many different facets of our lives on different levels, and from different view points. Numerical, artistic, emotional, attendance, etc.4. Balance : Records help us maintain our balance as we forge forward into unchartered waters. If we are unsure about something and records have been kept we can weigh the difference between the record and our current situation5. Emotion: Record keeping provides a private place to express ones emotions in such as way as to not divulge private information or hurt others feelings. It can always be erased if need be6. Good Feelings: Records keeping helps us relive good and happy moments of our lives.7. Disputes: Record Keeping helps dissolve disputes8. Discipline: The act of record keeping helps us learn the art of mental, emotional, and intelectual discipline.9. Morality: Record keeping helps us see the moral behavior that is or is not present in an activity. We may have been too caught up in the energy of an activity to realize exactly where it was leading us. By taking time to recall it is made much clearer.10. Accomplishments: Record keeping not only keeps tracks of our accomplishments but encourages the continuation of accomplishments. When we realize that we receive good kudos for jobs well done we are more likely to want to continue on this path.11 Standards - Record keeping tends to raise the bar on standards. People who know that "someone will know (weather it be parent, child or authority)will usually choose a higher road.