quotes tagged with 'parent'

"I wonder if you sisters fully understand the greatness of your gifts and talents and how all of you can achieve the "highest place of honor" in the Church and in the world. One of your unique, precious, and sublime gifts is your femininity, with its natural grace, goodness, and divinity. Femininity is not just lipstick, stylish hairdos, and trendy clothes. It is the divine adornment of humanity. It finds expression in your qualities of your capacity to love, your spirituality, delicacy, radiance, sensitivity, creativity, charm, graciousness, gentleness, dignity, and quiet strength. It is manifest differently in each girl or woman, but each of you possesses it."

Author: James E. Faust, Source: "Womanhood: The Highest Place of Honor", Ensign, May 2000, 95Saved by dyejo in womanhood honor mother woman parent mom 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]

"We have raised the bar," says Elder Ballard. "But that doesn't raise it just for the youth. That raises it for the parents, who have the primary responsibility for teaching their children principles. That raises it for the leaders. That raises it for the teachers. We've all got to take a step up in a world that is unraveling as fast as this one is.

Author: Melvin J. Ballard, Source: http://www.lds.org/ldsorg/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=2354fccf2b7db0...Saved by cboyack in religion life character children family teacher teacher mormonism youth parent raisethebar 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
I am distressed that the modern world's devaluation of motherhood is signaling to my daughter and her friends that preparing to be a homemaker, mother, and wife is "no big deal." This message implies that the recipe for successful parenting is too much like an instant mix: just add water, mix, and heat. I see too many marriages that consist mostly of mixed-up attitudes and heated feelings amid a watered-down home life.

In truth, learning to be a superb mother is a very big deal. Other than a desire for eternal life, I can't think of a more important aspiration for a young woman to have. There is no more meaningful career, no more divine calling, than being a person who truly makes a home. Such a task involves creating and maintaining a total environment of human warmth, intellectual stimulation, and spiritual strength by someone who sees the wellsprings of personal meaning that lie beyond a first glance at a diaper, a frying pan, and a worn tennis shoe.
Author: Marie K. Hafen, Source: Belonging Heart: The Atonement and Relationships with God and Family, p. 293Saved by cboyack in children motherhood family mother parent 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Because of the importance of the family to the eternal plan of happiness, Satan makes a major effort to destroy the sanctity of the family, demean the importance of the role of men and women, encourage moral uncleanliness and violations of the sacred law of chastity, and to discourage parents from placing the bearing and rearing of children as one of their highest priorities.
Author: Robert D. Hales, Source: “The Eternal Family,”in Ensign (Nov. 1996), p. 65Saved by cboyack in satan morality children motherhood family chastity eternity fatherhood priority parent 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Fathers, yours is an eternal calling from which you are never released. ...a father’s calling is eternal, and its importance transcends time. It is a calling for both time and eternity.
Author: Ezra Taft Benson, Source: “To the Fathers in Israel,” Ensign, Nov 1987, 48Saved by cboyack in calling family child mother eternity father stewardship parent 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
If worthy, we are entitled to receive revelations for ourselves, parents for their children, and members of the Church in their callings. But the right of revelation for others does not extend beyond our own stewardship.
Author: James E. Faust, Source: “Communion with the Holy Spirit,” Ensign, Mar 2002, 2–7Saved by cboyack in revelation inspiration child holyghost stewardship parent 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Isn't it interesting that at a time when patriotism is called into question, that some fail to realize that one cannot really have a sense of country without a sense of kinship, that one cannot have a sense of kinship without family, and one cannot have a sense of family without parents?
Author: Neal A. Maxwell, Source: "Family Perspectives", BYU Devotional, January 15, 1974Saved by cboyack in patriotism society family brotherhood parent kinship country 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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