How to Find Gratitude in a World of Hardship

How to Find Gratitude in a World of Hardship

Cicero, the great Roman orator, claimed that gratitude was “not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.” (Marcus Tullius Cicero, Pro Plancio, 54 b.c.) With a grateful heart, our minds are free to experience true happiness because we aren’t...
Happiness Begins With Me

Happiness Begins With Me

If I were to let the world tell me who I am and what I’m worth, I would be a very unhappy person indeed.   We live in a world that seems bent on telling us we’re not good enough, pretty enough, or skinny enough. According to society’s standards, we are simply not...
Make a Difference Day

Make a Difference Day

Did you know the fourth Saturday in October is always Make a Difference Day? I’d like to tell you what we did to celebrate Make a Difference Day this year.   Our area had many fires last year. So we decided to help with the replanting projects.   We started out...
How to Deal With Wounded Feelings

How to Deal With Wounded Feelings

How comfortable are you with intimacy? I’m talking about honest-to-goodness emotional intimacy. Where you share with another person your feelings, your concerns, and the thoughts of your heart?   So many of us, as we’ve passed through life, have been hurt....
Joy

Joy

What is the purpose of life? We’re here to gain a body and a family, to learn, to be tested, to develop faith, and ultimately to return to our Heavenly Father. However, the Book of Mormon also offers another interesting perspective on the purpose of our time here on...
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