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Sunday, June 9, 2013


"Each new day that dawns can be a new day for us to begin to change. We can change our environment. We can change our lives by substituting new habits for old. We can mold our character and future by purer thoughts and nobler actions. As someone once put it, “The possibility of change is always there, with its hidden promise of peace, happiness, and a better way of life.” 7
 Full message by James E. Faust here
image from a calendar I had
 “Cast in concrete” need not describe human behavior.
 We know men and women can change—and change for the better.

... President David O. McKay so consistently taught, the gospel of Jesus Christ can make bad men good and good men better ...

Let us discard any habit that may hinder. "

Full message by Thomas S. Monson from here


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 "... free to choose the changes we make in our lives and we are always free to choose how we will respond to the changes ....

... just as a compass is valuable to guide us out of the dense forest, so the gospel points the way as we walk the paths of life."

 William James once said,
“The greatest discovery of my generation is that [we] can change [our] circumstances by changing [our] attitudes of mind”
 Full message by Marvin J. Ashton here 


 ... bad habits may have impeded our progress, may have made us forget who we are, may have destroyed our self-image, may have put our family life in jeopardy, and may have hindered our ability to serve our fellowmen and our God. So many of us tend to say, “This is the way I am. I can’t change. I can’t throw off the chains of habit.”
... chains restrict our mobility, growth, and happiness. They cause us to become confused and less able to be guided by God’s Spirit.

Those who are committed to improvement break chains by having the courage to try. Those who live without commitment mistakenly think it is easier to adapt their life-styles to the weight and restrictions of chains rather than to put forth the effort to change."

Full message by Marvin J. Ashton here (different message than the one above this)

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