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  • For children, love is a feeling. For adults, it is a decision. Children wait to learn if their love is true by seeing how long it lasts. Adults make their love true by never wavering from their commitment.

    Speaker: Orson Scott Card
    Source: Pathfinder
    Rating:
    1 (1 vote)
    Posted: 26 Mar 2014 at 11:01 AM
    Posted By: Puck
  • “One of the greatest indicators of our own spiritual maturity is revealed in how we respond to the weaknesses, the inexperiences, and the potentially offensive actions of others.”

    Speaker: David A. Bednar
    Source: "And Nothing Shall Offend Them," OCTOBER 2006 Conference Report
    Rating:
    1 (1 vote)
    Posted: 10 Mar 2014 at 4:58 PM
    Posted By: MindMeldMom
    Shared By: 2 members; drmccadexavie, MindMeldMom
  • “...it ultimately is impossible for another person to offend you or to offend me. Indeed, believing that another person offended us is fundamentally false. TO BE OFFENDED IS A CHOICE WE MAKE; it is not a condition inflicted or imposed upon us by someone or something else.”

    Speaker: David A. Bednar
    Source: "And Nothing Shall Offend Them," OCTOBER 2006 Conference Report
    Rating:
    1 (1 vote)
    Posted: 10 Mar 2014 at 4:56 PM
    Posted By: MindMeldMom
    Tags: offense, pride