Elder Henry B. Eyring
“When we see life as it really is, we plan for a time and a place for all of those things. There will come crises when there does not seem to be enough time. There will be many instances when one thing crowds out another. But there should never be a conscious choice to let the spiritual become secondary as a pattern in our lives. Never. That will lead to tragedy” (Education for Real Life [CES fireside for young adults, May 6, 2001], 3).