Category Archives: Love

Beauty Tips for the Soul

image courtesy, Jerine Beauty Tip #2:  Be tolerant. My therapist once quoted Scott Fitzgerald to me when he said, “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time.” This amazing revelation has held sway with me on many occasions since that time, particularly when…

Charitable Read: An Opportunity to Help Guatemala’s Least Fortunate

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Becoming Mormon: My Search for Happiness

By Blog Contributor, Tonya Hartsog When my Mom was almost 5 months pregnant with me she suffered a heart attack that the doctors had mistakenly diagnosed as a new type of influenza. She was left untreated and at one point her legs were so filled with fluid, it would seep from her legs as she…

Holy Women, Elevated Aims

By Alison Satterwhite What is holiness?  In ancient as well as modern times, the word ‘holy’ has implied moral character or being set apart for a sacred purpose.  If we are to reach our highest potential as women, holiness must certainly be our aim. In fact, it is more than a lofty ambition; it is…

The Most Important Work You Will Ever Do

“No success can compensate for failure in the home.” ~David O. McKay, a prophet “The most important work you will ever do is within the walls of your own home.” ~Harold B. Lee, a prophet video courtesy http://www.lds.org via youtube “These recognitions from government, state, and city leaders…are most gratifying. They know what creates nations…

Love is NOT an Attribute

courtesy, LightsCameraScream “Love is not an attribute, it is a commandment.” Robert Orton, an apostle “Another word for love is charity.  Thus, when Paul tells us what charity is in the thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians, he is really explaining what love is. A loving person suffers long and is kind. His love is of long duration; he envies not.…