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To those that judge others, I offer this prophetic advice, stop it! - Dieter F. Uchtdorf - FREE April 2012 PRINTABLES Conference Printable, Life Quotes, Mormons Things, Judges Other, General Conference, Lds Quotes, Free Printable, Printable Free Judges, 2012 Printable
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In stories, as in life, adversity teaches us things we cannot learn otherwise. Adversity helps to develop a depth of character that comes in no other way. Our loving Heavenly Father has set us in a world filled with challenges and trials so that we, through opposition, can learn wisdom, become stronger, and experience joy.
No matter what happens, no matter how far you seem to be away from where you want to be, never stop believing that you will somehow make it. Have an unrelenting belief that things will work out, that the long road has a purpose, that the things that you desire may not happen today, but they will happen. Continue to persist and persevere.
I read this an am thankful that my parents raised me the way they did. I am always the first person to say sorry, i don't hold grudges and I don't hate. I have been known to gossip a bit but not at someone else's expense. Wouldn't it be great if everyone lived by this.
// applying this pin to this board is a bit hypocritical of me. but if i have anything to say about it, this state of affairs will change, slowly but surely, with each passing day. my mantra will be held in these words, and there sit calmly, firmly, and with great satisfaction. halleluia.
"God is fully aware that you & I are not perfect. Let me add, God is also fully aware that the people you think are perfect are not. And yet, we spend so much time & energy comparing ourselves to others -- usually comparing our weaknesses to their strengths. As a result, we never celebrate our good efforts because they seem to be less than what someone else does." -Dieter F. Uchtdorf