Let Us Be Men

Let Us Be Men

The term “real men” is a popular one to bounce around, but the definition of a real man varies from culture to culture, even in the same country. Too many people equate true manhood with being rough and tough, liking freedom, doing as he pleases, and even being...
Loving Life, Trials and All

Loving Life, Trials and All

In the last General Conference before his death, Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin, an apostle of the Lord, gave a memorable talk entitled “Come What May and Love it.” In this talk, he explains that the title of the talk is the advice his mother gave him at a time when he was...
Finding Yourself

Finding Yourself

When I was a teenager, it was common for young people to talk about trying to “find themselves.” While this was seemingly a worthwhile project, most teenagers and young adults searched for themselves in all the wrong places. For some, it was nothing more than an...
Hope in Difficult Times

Hope in Difficult Times

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Second Counselor in the First Presidency, described hope as one leg of a three-legged stool. The other two legs are faith and charity. “These three stabilize our lives regardless of the rough or uneven surfaces we might encounter at the...
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