President Russell M Nelson
The noblest art is that of making others happy
None of us is as smart as all of us.
A diverse workforce drives innovation.
Our strength is in diversity.
A great stallion at full gallop in a meadow who at his master's voice seizes up to a stunned but instant halt, only the velvet ears pricked forward awaiting the next order.
- Mary Carr
Do you see a new picture of meekness being at "full gallop" but with "velvet ears"?
- Neal A Maxwell
celebrations of the mind
Good memories are like framing a photo. One adjusts the positioning to focus on the most important subject in the picture. That doesn’t mean that the foreground or background don’t exist or aren’t significant. It just means that those elements are not the primary role of the picture. In a similar way, we all have less than admirable moments, and life is full of challenging times and hardship. While they are necessary and significant, they are not the primary focus of our lives like the background and ulterior components are not the subject of a picture. Using our memory to elicit feelings of joy and experience the things that will bring us true happiness is both a protection and a promise.
What special memories do you have about the things people in the family have said that give you hope and make our connection even stronger?