"Hope Ya Know, We Had a Hard Time" Quentin L. Cook, October 2008. One of my favorite conference talks. "I testify that the Atonement of Jesus Christ covers all of the trials and hardships that any of us will encounter in this life. At times when we may feel to say, “Hope you know, I had a hard time,” we can be assured that He is there and we are safe in His loving arms."
Only Upon the Principles of Righteousness by Elder Larry Y. Wilson: "If parents hold on to all decision-making power and see it as their “right,” they severely limit the growth and development of their children...Wise parents prepare their children to get along without them."
“Teach Us Tolerance and Love” - Russell M. Nelson (April 1994) There is a difference between tolerance and tolerate. Your gracious tolerance for an individual does not grant him or her license to do wrong, nor does your tolerance obligate you to tolerate his or her misdeed. That distinction is fundamental to an understanding of this vital virtue."