Sunday, February 17, 2013

Quote of the Day: Gordon B. Hinckley

President Gordon B. Hinckley:

“Unfortunately, people can’t seem to be tolerant and respectful of the views of others in so many cases. We must cultivate … an attitude of tolerance and respect for the beliefs and rights of others. We must cultivate an increased spirit of civility among people in their expressions one to another, and toward the beliefs and practices of others. We can disagree with people without being disagreeable. We can disagree without raising our voices and becoming angry and vindictive in our ways. We must learn to do so. We … must practice a greater spirit of Christ in our lives, of love one for another, and extend that to all people regardless of whom they worship or how they worship, so long as they do not infringe upon the rights of others” (Teachings of Gordon B. Hinckley, 666–67)

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