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It had BYU emblazoned across the front. Now, as it happened, I actually needed a new briefcase, but I kind of hesitated to use it because of the logo. It felt a little weird—like false advertising. I am a Catholic.
Somebody told me, by the way, that I am your favorite Catholic—but I figure you say that to all the Catholics. Use the briefcase.
It is beautiful. I travel all the time.
I am in airports constantly. And here is the thing. I noticed that people would look at my briefcase and then look up at me. That gave me some amusement, but here is the funny part: I found that it was changing my behavior.
I was acting with greater love and kindness than I ordinarily would. People would look at my briefcase, and I would want to help with their luggage. I would want to give up my place in line. That sort of thing. Because I was unconsciously trying to live up to the high standards of kindness of your church and your university.
At the very least, I was trying not to hurt your well-earned reputation.