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Published: Sunday, April 4 2010 4:23 p.m. MDT

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coolboy

I think judging others is not good but if you want to be happy then stay away from evil things that others can do to you because it can ruin your life! Make good judgments especially on being healthy don't eat and drink things that can damage your body and soul. God can make things possible by praying to him. GOD is everything. DON'T fall into temptations and make good judgement on movies, books, and music. Bad influnces brings us down and look at those who don't listen especially ones that don't have ears (like young men even though I am one too)! Praise GOD on making good judgements! AMEN

Anonymous

In all my life.....I have not been so touched with seeing and listening to such a wonderful General Conference! Elder Gregory Schwitzer's talk puts life in a great perspective and a way that helps us to follow what our Heavenly Father would want us to do. Our son recently returned home from his mission and is now facing many huge decisions in his life. This talk by Elder Schwitzer gives him meaning and direction, as he makes those decision that will affect his life from here to eternity.

Thank-you, Elder Schwitzer for you inspired words!!

Jan Spiers Campbell

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