If you do your best, it will all work out. Put your trust in God. … The Lord will not forsake us. Gordon B. Hinckley But what can we do when we feel forsaken, defeated, or overwhelmed as we sometimes do as mere mortals? Joseph Wirthlin provides an insightful formula:  "look for humor,  seek for the eternal perspective,  understand the principle of compensation,  and draw near to our Heavenly Father, [then] we can endure hardship and trial. We can say, as did my mother, ‘Come what may, and…

If you do your best, it will all work out. Put your trust in God. … The Lord will not forsake us. Gordon B. Hinckley But what can we do when we feel forsaken, defeated, or overwhelmed as we sometimes do as mere mortals? Joseph Wirthlin provides an insightful formula: "look for humor, seek for the eternal perspective, understand the principle of compensation, and draw near to our Heavenly Father, [then] we can endure hardship and trial. We can say, as did my mother, ‘Come what may, and…

Pain is a very personal, private and even sacred thing if we allow it to refine us--Neal A. Maxwell noted: "There is, in the suffering of the highest order, a point that is reached—a point of aloneness—when the individual (as did the Savior on a much grander scale) must bear it . . . alone. Even the faithful may wonder if they can take any more or if they are in some way forsaken. Those who . . . stand on the foot of the cross often can do so little to help absorb the pain and the anguish…

Pain is a very personal, private and even sacred thing if we allow it to refine us--Neal A. Maxwell noted: "There is, in the suffering of the highest order, a point that is reached—a point of aloneness—when the individual (as did the Savior on a much grander scale) must bear it . . . alone. Even the faithful may wonder if they can take any more or if they are in some way forsaken. Those who . . . stand on the foot of the cross often can do so little to help absorb the pain and the anguish…

Every time you come to Prana Heart, you'll be able to find some amazing items that will not only look good, but also serve as a reminder and help you remember to keep your daily meditation practice.

Every time you come to Prana Heart, you'll be able to find some amazing items that will not only look good, but also serve as a reminder and help you remember to keep your daily meditation practice.

"True humility is not about being a timid pushover. There is nothing spineless about the truly humble. The truly humble are teachable, willing to learn and grow in Christlike virtues awake to the worth of each soul. The truly humble seek not to compete and compare their strengths and weaknesses with others, but to share their strengths to bring out the best in themselves and foster the same sense of Godlike value and growth in others. The truly humble understand and gratefully accept that we…

"True humility is not about being a timid pushover. There is nothing spineless about the truly humble. The truly humble are teachable, willing to learn and grow in Christlike virtues awake to the worth of each soul. The truly humble seek not to compete and compare their strengths and weaknesses with others, but to share their strengths to bring out the best in themselves and foster the same sense of Godlike value and growth in others. The truly humble understand and gratefully accept that we…

The Savior’s Atonement is not just for those who need to repent; it is also for…

The Savior’s Atonement is not just for those who need to repent; it is also for…

The greatest promise.

The greatest promise.

A saint is becoming better all the time. Here's what Elder Bednar cautions about pretending. "[At] the Final Judgment..I do not believe we will be afraid of [the Lord] at all. Rather, it is the prospect in His presence of facing things as they really are about ourselves and having “a perfect knowledge” (2 Nephi 9:14; see also Alma 11:43) of all our rationalizations, pretenses, and self-deceptions. Ultimately, we will be left without excuse. David A. Bednar, Therefore They Hushed Their Fears

A saint is becoming better all the time. Here's what Elder Bednar cautions about pretending. "[At] the Final Judgment..I do not believe we will be afraid of [the Lord] at all. Rather, it is the prospect in His presence of facing things as they really are about ourselves and having “a perfect knowledge” (2 Nephi 9:14; see also Alma 11:43) of all our rationalizations, pretenses, and self-deceptions. Ultimately, we will be left without excuse. David A. Bednar, Therefore They Hushed Their Fears

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