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From Elder Anderson’s talk about painting a badge on your heart.
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As we listen to the messages of this conference, we will be touched in our hearts and make resolutions and commitments to do better. But on Monday morning we will return to work, school, neighborhoods, and to a world that in many cases is in turmoil. Many in this world are afraid and angry with one another. While we understand these feelings, we need to be civil in our discourse and respectful in our interactions. This is especially true when we disagree. The Savior taught us to love even our enemies. The vast majority of our members heed this counsel. Yet there are some who feel that venting their personal anger or deeply held opinions is more important than conducting themselves as Jesus Christ lived and taught. I invite each one of us individually to recognize that how we disagree is a real measure of who we are and whether we truly follow the Savior. It is appropriate to disagree, but it is not appropriate to be disagreeable. Violence and vandalism are not the answer to our disagreements. If we show love and respect even in adverse circumstances, we become more like Christ.
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I’m a Mormon. I know it. I live it. I love it.
…with a link to my Zazzle store.
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From last October’s General Conference. Read the entire message here.
I always enjoy his uplifting messages.
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By the way, if you enjoy my LDS-themed art here on tumblr, I’d like to mention a book I’ve made for LDS Young Women now on amazon.com.
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Ever since I was first ordained a deacon, my dad and I have attended the Saturday evening session of the LDS Conference together. Afterwards, it’s burgers at Wendy’s.
That’s been some years ago. We’re still attending, still getting a bite to eat after, and adding to our numbers as each the family grows. My nephew will be coming for his first time this April. Watch for us when the camera pans across the congregation during the rest hymn. We’ll be in suits, white shirts and ties.
I’m looking forward to hearing from President Monson and all the others who inspire us to press forward for another six months.
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