This week has been a rollercoaster, but that's kind of like any other week. We started off this week, Elder Larsen and I, with weekly planning. And as we planned for this last week, we were able to fill every time slot with something, and we started to get a little to proud in our efforts. Well, the Lord really humbled us and showed us that it is not our own efforts that makes it. Most of all of our appointments fell out, people didn't show up, and Raju (our baptismal date guy) randomly decided to go on vacation during the time for his baptismal date. So it was pretty tough. We had to go door to door for the first time this week, and it is really weird because all you do is press a button and you talk to someone into a box and if they want to talk to you, they buzz you in. No one wanted to buzz us in, but it was a great experience. So on Wednesday night, it was a time spent on my knees, apologizing for our cockiness. It truly is not me that does this work. It is the Spirit. He is the master teacher. I need to be prepared so that he can teach through us. So that was the first part of the week, and then the next was pretty spiritual afterwards. We were able to attend the Temple in a small city called Frieberg, it is in our district and so we are able to visit the temple once every other transfer. And that was a great experience. It is probably the smallest temple I have ever seen, and we went on Hungarian week. So since the temple is the closest one to different countries, they have weeks for different languages and this week was Hungarian. so I had a little headset and I kept switching it from German, to English. But that was great. I truly goes to show you that the Spirit has no language barriers. That no matter what language we teach, the spirit will talk to each and every one of us. And then we were able to go to Berlin to see Elder Bednar this last Friday, and that was awesome. He truly carries himself like a messenger of the Lord. His teaching methods and skills are far beyond any other missionary I have ever come across. And it showed me that there is alot of space of improvement in my teaching ability. There is a picture of him and our entire mission on the blog and you can go and see if you can find me. But that was by far really good and I left that meeting with a lot to think about and apply in my daily missionary life.