Sealing children to the parents automatically if they die in the same year they are born.
This will eliminate a lot of manual work and will save time for regular users and volunteer.
I saw a lot of these children being forgotten once they are not required the ordinances in the temple.
My suggestion will save time for everybody.
In the other side of the veil there is no mistakes, of course in our manual research and indexation we make mistakes. If we make mistakes here will be wrong in the other side of the veil? I can say no, over there there is no mistakes. Basically can you get married with the wrong wife in the day of your marriage? No, because you know who she is correct?
In 1985 in Brazil there was a case that a lady was baptized with the wrong name because she was Japanese and she adopted another name usually know in the brazilian population.
We did write the the church authorities what we should do, baptize her again?
We received a wise answer : Just correct her name in the membership record. We baptize the person and not the name.
I did work for the Church in Brazil for 15 years in the membership and statistical record department.
not sure I totally understand . . .
carrying your argument even a step further - - One could argue "well. . . why don't we AUTOMATE all temple work ????"
but then what would be the point of that???0