The LDS has one awesome concept which is kinda cool. They see Time differently than most Judeo-Christian-Islamic groups:
Basically, if you f-up, someone (a Mormon who is trained well) will go to bat for you. That’s why they baptize the dead as well; billions and billions of members in LDS by doing things that way – and when they die (well, it’s not “death” – it’s more like, “whelp – time to get to work!”), it’s their job to defend, well, everybody. Even non-LDS if I remember right. Plus, I *think*, if I’m not mistaken, you have unlimited time to get better. So, no rush. No hurry. No worry.
So, I give props for that. Conceptually.
Rest of it tho’.. well… yeah. Won’t say more about that.
I’m the master of oversimplification-while-getting-the-gist-close-enough tongue emoticon I’ve had ex-LDS friends explain it to me… and it also explained a friend of the family who was LDS but never seemed worried about time at all. Never hurried about anything. I mean… REALLY unhurried. Unbelievable laid-back. [job wise, money wise, productivity wise… but he was 80+ level on World of Warcraft. [ok, I don’t know WoW levels]