Under socialism’s tut-tuts, pursuing gain is greed. Socialists believe people should own no more money than immediate needs require because if someone has more, it means someone else must have less. They fail to see how pooling it stimulates creativity and increases the wealth pie.
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Latest temple updates: 7 months after COVID-19 closures, 94% of available temples have reopened — 76% in Phase 2
On one hand, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is announcing only one temple changing its reopening status for the coming week. On the other hand, the Church has already reopened more than 90% of its available temples worldwide since the late March closure of all temples due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joseph Smith’s First Vision is one of the most pivotal moments in human history—perhaps the greatest event since the resurrection of the Savior. Most of us are aware that the Prophet Joseph Smith, himself, recorded his First Vision on four different occasions, and that several of his closest friends who heard him speak also wrote down what they heard him say. Let me illustrate why reading more than one account could be important.
Of all the doctrines and truths lost in the Apostacy and recovered in the Restoration, which would you say is the most pivotal? On which one do so many of our other beliefs and doctrines pivot or hinge? Which single doctrine changes our paradigm and our perspective most, and makes the biggest difference in how we look at life and at purpose and at God and His Plan?
Thousands of Latter-day Saint Helping Hands volunteers assist following three US hurricanes.
There is great power in sharing stories. Let’s take it a step further and say sharing stories, especially those about hard or sensitive subjects can be life-changing. Here’s why: You never know when your story may help someone (especially in your own family) overcome an obstacle in their own life.
It’s never too late to learn to control yourself and to repair or improve relationships. We can’t ever give up on becoming who we are meant to become or helping our children meet the measure of their potentials, too. This is what I suggest parents to help their children and themselves have changes of heart and improve their relationships.