"One of the acid tests of our integrity is whether or not we keep the commitments and promises we have made or whether there are loopholes in our word. We might appropriately ask: Do we live the honor code with exactness, or are there loopholes in our word—cracks in our foundation of integrity? Do we honor our commitments as home teachers and visiting teachers, or are there loopholes in our performance? In other words, is our word our bond?"
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Compare Dare, The - Talk CD
John Hilton III
“I dare you . . .” That’s an interesting phrase! In this fireside talk, popular youth speaker John Hilton III gives us a different kind of dare. A dare not to compare. Whether it’s about our looks, our intelligence, or our talents, all of us struggle with comparing ourselves to others.
It can be looking down on others—“I did better than you on that test”—or looking down on ourselves—“I’m not as pretty as she is.” But President Dieter F. Uchtdorf said, “The Lord doesn’t . . . (nor should we) compare our efforts to those of others.” In this important and engaging talk, John explains both why and how to stop comparing yourself with others.
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