Quotes I LiVe by:)

“God knows what we do not know and sees what we do not see.” -President Howard W. Hunter

“We live to  die, and we die to live again. From an eternal perspective, the only death that is truly premature is the death of one who is not prepared to meet God.” -Elder Russell M. Nelson

“The laughter of the world is merely loneliness pathetically trying to reassure itself.” -Elder Neal A. Maxwell

“Except for the Lord, we have all made mistakes. The question is not whether we will trip and fall but, rather, how will we respond? Do you no know that the Church is a place for imperfect people to gather together and become better? I am not aware of any sign on the door of our meetinghouses that reads ‘Restricted Entrance–Perfect People Only.'” -Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin

“We become what we want to be by consistently being what we want to become each day.” -Elder Richard G. Scott

“I do not know of any, excepting the unpardonable sin, that is greater than the sin of ingratitude.” -President Brigham Young

“Some hold grudges for a lifetime, unaware that courageously forgiving those who have wronged us is wholesome and therapeutic.” -President James E. Faust

“There is no grief, no pain, no sickness so great that the Atonement of Christ and the love of Christ cannot heal.” -Sister Yates

“To pity distress is but human; to relieve it is godlike.” -Horace Mann

“When someone has an ailment or an illness and they are healed as the result of a blessing, their faith is being strengthened. But for those who aren’t healed but continue faithful, their faith is being perfected. The first is a faith-promoting experience. The second is faith-perfecting.” -Unknown

“Humor is in the way we see things, the way we think. It’s an attitude, not an event. Perhaps the key lies in becoming more childlike.” -Gary K. Palmer

“Laughter makes us approachable. It removes barriers.” -Gary K. Palmer

“We have not been called to be successful but to be faithful.” -Mother Teresa

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