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Published: Wednesday, Nov. 7 2012 5:00 a.m. MST

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Danny Chipman
Lehi, UT

Superb article. My husband's taken this political race and its results pretty hard. I remind him that, hey, this nation's seen plenty of bad times (and screwy presidents) and managed to survive. Now, more than ever, we need to rely on Christ's leaders here on earth. They will help us to prepare for what comes and help us find true "hope and change".

And hey, if the world -is- going to end, that's not necessarily a bad thing...unless you're wicked. ^w^

DodgerDoug
Salem, UT

I always enjoy your articles. I'm still working hard to get my food storage in place as I think I will need it during my lifetime but hey..... I agree, hope, love, charity... practice these principles and we will find joy and happiness in these times!

Twin Lights
Louisville, KY

Good article. I think it is fair to say that Pres. Hinckley and Pres. Monson can both be characterized as optimists. Certainly not folks who stick their head in the sand or who are unaware of the problems around them. But they still see the good in people even while they wrestle with the various issues of the day. They then push to make things better.

Those of us who are Latter-day Saints should take our cues from them. Engage with the world and work our hardest to make it better. Leave despair for another day. It will always be there should we wish to go back to it.

Diane Earlywine
Pinetop/Lakeside, AZ

This article cheered me up. Thank you. There is a lot more for me to do and it is all positive. That is what I am working on today, tomorrow and so on.

Demo Dave
Holladay, UT

If the world isn't going to end right away, does that mean I have to make my car payment this month?

Eric Samuelsen
Provo, UT

Smart, kind, wise and thoughtful column. Thanks so much for sharing.

Allisdair
Thornbury, Vic

Firstly a great artical, it reminds me that in so many respects we make a choice everyday whether we look to the sky or the mud.

My wife recently had a discussion with a person that has suffered racism. He indicated to overcome racism we must overcome the racist in ourselves, then help our family overcome the racist in themselves before helping those around us.

Remember Mathew “Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy”. The world will not come to an end due to an election. Humanity as we know it will come to an end in Heavenly Father’s time.

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