President Monson lived a beautiful, wonderful life of love and service.
How wonderful to have this perspective and yet how sad everyone still says
"stories" rather than "accounts" or "true accounts." I
remember as a child that if you said someone was "telling stories" it
meant they were lying. I think "account" is a much better word and have
for years. In pioneer history, we have "accounts" of what happened to
our forefathers that increase our faith, just like in the accounts of President
Monson's life we have accounts of how we can each be better at helping
others in need. "To the Rescue" indeed.
He will be missed. If everyone that has a personal story involving President
Monson was able to publish it, the book would be huge.
Thank you for sharing these wonderful things about a great man. If only we
could all do what he said we should do.
What a great example of love, charity and service. A true disciple of the Lord
Jesus Christ.Thanks for your influence in our lives, and your dedication
and spreading of truth across the world. Your humanitarian efforts will make us
try harder to seek out the "one" and minister to others. We miss you
more than you will know, but praise your life and legacy in service of the
I wonder if, in his late life, he saw the profound change in the commentary and
articles now published in the Deseret News in the last few years. It used to be
a very conservative newspaper for the Church.Thank you President
Monson and all your "personal accounts." What a treasure!
What a wonderful man. He is deserving of every honor given him. emb