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Thursday, May 16, 2013
Magic of love
"When little problems occur, as they inevitably will, restrain yourself. Call to mind the wisdom of the ancient proverb: a soft answer turneth away wrath, Proverbs 15:1. There is no discipline in all the world like the discipline of love. It has a magic all it's own." Gordon B. Hinkley, Ensign, June 1985 As children of God, all have great worth and ought to be treated with their divine potential in mind. Doctrine and Covenants 18:10 Seeking to understand, preparing well, acting with the pure love of Christ, and being an example of a true believer allows the greatest chance for positive influence, 3 Nephi 14:4-5; Doctrine and Covenants 12:8. When disruption occurs, swift, clear, kind, gentle, patient talking is the best course to follow followed by a hug or smile. Doctrine and Covenants 121:41-44