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President Thomas S. Monson tells a story about wiggling his ears during his April 2008 general conference address "Examples of Righteousness."

SALT LAKE CITY — In light of the recent death of President Thomas S. Monson, we remember one of our favorite moments with the beloved prophet.

President Monson shared a story in his April 2008 general conference address “Examples of Righteousness” about a time when he noticed a young boy was copying his actions during the general session of a stake conference they were attending.

“I decided to put him to the test. I looked squarely at him, certain I had his attention, and then I wiggled my ears,” President Monson said, demonstrating the skill. “He made a vain attempt to do the same, but I had him!”

Watch the video here.

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