Speaking to 135 stake conferences Sunday, Sister Ann M. Dibb of the Young Women's general presidency told a heartwarming story about baking rolls for a group of young women. She told of mixing, kneading and putting the rolls in the oven, and the young women remarking on the pleasant aroma of the baking rolls.

Sister Dibb's objective was for the young women to experience something real and concrete in a world full of virtual reality and fantasy.

Sister Dibb is on to something. The Oxford English Dictionary defines "imagination" as the art of forming or imagining a mental concept of what is not actually present in the senses. The result of this process is a mental image or idea, often with the implication that the conception does not correspond to the reality of things.

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