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Published: Wednesday, March 26 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT

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Heart and Mind

You have succinctly, yet sweetly summarized so many good insights about our serpentine paths of service in the Church.

May we take your words as a clarion call to reverse the entropy in our service and not follow your observation that "Over time, I’ve grown a little more callous, a little more guarded in my service."

Heart and Mind

Re: Your keen advice: "I learned that you don’t stop teaching about the ideal family, even if no one around you has one...I also learned that parents in tough circumstances can raise incredible children on sheer faith."

As one who is trying to help a relative cope with an impending divorce, your words give much needed hope. Divorcing parents are often terrified that their kids will be traumatized for eternity and grow-up to follow their divorce model.

As you imply, may Heavenly Father grant multiple tender mercies to divorced parents who ache to reduce the impact of divorce on the future well-being of their children.

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