I Can Be a Light to Others
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    “I Can Be a Light to Others,” Liahona, Feb. 2013, 7

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    I Can Be a Light to Others

    President Uchtdorf says that to be a light to others, our words should be “clear as a sunny sky and full of grace.” Our words should be happy, honest, and kind. What can you do or say to be a light to others? To find a hidden message in the boxes below, color in black the boxes that say or do things that are mean or hurtful.

    “Thank you”

    Be happy

    Be a peacemaker

    “I’ll share with you”

    Be polite

    “I’m sorry”

    Argue

    “It’s good to see you”

    Fight

    “I’d love to help”

    “Please”

    Be kind

    “Get out of my way”

    “I love you”

    “You’re welcome”

    Get angry

    “Good job”

    Give a compliment

    “Let’s be friends”

    Ignore

    Help someone

    Insult

    Gossip

    Bully

    Be gentle

    You could write in your journal five nice things you plan to say to family members or friends.

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