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  • Abigail Chanelle

    (Elaine S. Dalton). - As daughters of god we are unique and different in our circumstances and experiences. And yet our part matters - because we matter. Our daily contributions of nurturing, teaching and caring for others may seem mundane, diminished, difficult and demeaning at times, and yet as we remember that first line in the young women theme- "We are daughters of our heavenly father, who loves us" -it will make all the difference in our relationships and our responses.

  • Elise

    "Could it be that we have been deceived by false role models and persuasive media messages that cause us to forget our divine identity? What could be more deceptive than to entice us to do nothing or to be busy ever texting... What could be more deceptive than to entice women, young and old, you and me, to be so involved in ourselves, our looks, our clothes, our body shape and size that we lose sight of our divine identity and our ability to change the world through our virtuous influence?" Elaine Dalton, General Young Women's President, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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