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  • "So many individuals who have what they perceive to be meager talents humbly and generously use those talents to bless the lives of those around them. Selfishness is the root of great evil. The antidote for that evil is exemplified in the life of the Savior. He shows us how to focus our lives outward in unselfish service to others."

    —Richard G. Scott, "For Peace at Home", Liahona, April 2013
    Topics: Jesus Christ Exemplar

  • "Even when you are not at fault—perhaps especially when you are not at fault—let love conquer pride. If you do this, whatever adversity you are facing will pass, and because of the love of God in your hearts, contention will fade. These principles of saving relationships apply to all of us, regardless of whether we are married, divorced, widowed, or single. We all can be saviors of strong families."

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "In Praise of Those Who Save", Ensign, May 2016
    Topics: Expressing Love, Pride

  • "Not only did our Savior love all; He served all. Expand your goodness to many. Old and young can be greatly blessed by your kind service. President Monson, since the time he was a young man, has always had a special place in his heart for the elderly. He recognizes the value of a short visit, a ready smile, or a squeeze of a well-worn, wrinkled hand. Such simple acts of charity bring color into a life that sometimes is made up of long, lonely, gray days."

    —Mary N. Cook, "Remember This: Kindness Begins with Me"
    Topics: Service

  • "We can remember those who give us a chance, and a second chance, with honesty, kindness, patience, and encouragement. And we can become someone others remember when they most needed help. Gratefully remembering the assistance of others and the Spirit’s guiding influence is a way we remember Him. It is a way we count our many blessings and see what God hath done."

    —Gerrit W. Gong, "Always Remember Him"
    Topics: Blessings

  • "We need not worry if we can’t simultaneously do all of the things that the Lord has counseled us to do. He has spoken of a time and a season for all things. In response to our sincere prayers for guidance, He will direct us in what should be emphasized at each phase of our life. We can learn, grow, and become like Him one consistent step at a time."

    —Richard G. Scott, "For Peace at Home"
    Topics: Discernment

  • "The way you treat your wife or children or parents or siblings may influence generations to come. What legacy do you want to leave your posterity? One of harshness, vengeance, anger, fear, or isolation? Or one of love, humility, forgiveness, compassion, spiritual growth, and unity?"

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "In Praise of Those Who Save"
    Topics: Happiness in Family Life

  • "May your efforts to develop Christlike attributes be successful so that His image may be engraven in your countenance and His attributes manifest in your behavior."

    —Lynn G. Robins, "What Manner of Men and Women Ought Ye to Be?"
    Topics: Jesus Christ Exemplar

  • "One of the greatest blessings we can offer to the world is the power of a Christ-centered home where the gospel is taught, covenants are kept, and love abounds."

    —Richard G. Scott, "For Peace at Home"
    Topics: Strength through Christ

  • "When we have faith in Christ, we trust the Lord enough to follow His commandments—even when we do not completely understand the reasons for them."

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "Developing Christlike Attributes", Liahona, October 2008
    Topics: Faith, Commandments

  • "True conversion is more than merely having a knowledge of gospel principles and implies even more than just having a testimony of those principles. It is possible to have a testimony of the gospel without living it.... In the booklet True to the Faith, we learn that “conversion is a process, not an event. You become converted as a result of … righteous efforts to follow the Savior.” It takes time, effort, and work."

    —Bonnie L. Oscarson, "Be Ye Converted"
    Topics: Conversion