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  • Stacy Julian

    Stop It. Free poster inspired by Elder Uchtdorf's talk in April General Conference. Design by Nick Sorenson

  • Crystal Sharp

    Words To Live By: "Stop It" - Dieter F. Uchtdorf #words #quotes #poster

  • Angel Denton

    This is so profound. I've seen so much on Facebook lately about dumping people that offend you, moving on, making new friends and completely abandoning any thought of the old. See Luke 6:35. Let's live as believers.

  • Deb Shaffer

    Words of wisdom to live by

  • Melissa Alcruz

    let it go & stop. quotes. wisdom. advice. life lessons.

  • Kelly Breedlove Harless

    Need to remember this on my bad days....

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"Never give in. Never surrender. Never allow despair to overcome your spirit.“ | Dieter F. Uchtdorf |

People will forget what you said... what you did... But people will never forget how you made them feel - Maya Angelou

"No matter our circumstances, no matter our challenges or trials, there is something in each day to embrace and cherish. There is something in each day that can bring gratitude and joy if only we will see and appreciate it. Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Be patient with yourself, Be happy now, the "why" of the gospel will uplift you, Heavenly Father loves you!

We can't always choose what happens to us, but we can choose how we react to it...President Uchtdorf

"Often the answer to our prayer does not come while.........quote by Dieter F. Uchtdorf (Counselor in the first Presidency of the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints)

But always remember you matter to HIM! ~Uchtdorf

Probably one of the quotes that will live in through time immemorial. Dieter F. Uchtdorf: Stop it!

This is probably my favorite quote of all time, ever. The bottom part is the best, I don't know why the font is so tiny. He talks about how we compare our weaknesses to other people's strenghts, creating unrealistic expectations for ourselves. I constantly have to remind myself of this.

By becoming the answer to someone's prayer we often find the answer to our own. - President Dieter F. Uchtdorf