Thomas S. Monson Quotes

Thomas S. Monson Quotes

Choose your love. Love your choice.

Thinking is the hardest work anyone can do, which is probably the reason why we have so few thinkers.

Work will win when wishy-washy wishing won't.

Our most significant opportunities will be found in times of greatest difficulty.

To live greatly, we must develop the capacity to face trouble with courage, disappointment with cheerfulness, and triumph with humility.

May I share with you a formula that in my judgment will help you and help me to journey well through mortality... First, fill your mind with truth; second, fill your life with service; and third, fill your heart with love.

Never let a problem to be solved, become more important than a person to be loved.

Men take care not to make women weep, for God counts their tears.

Work will win when wishy washy wishing won't.

When faith replaces doubt, when selfless service eliminates selfish striving, the power of God brings to pass His purposes.

May each of us remember this truth; 'one cannot forget mother and remember God. One cannot remember mother and forget God.' Why? Because these two sacred persons, God and mother, partners in creation, in love, in sacrifice, in service, are as one.

It was by faith, nothing wavering, that Joseph saw God our Eternal Father and Jesus Christ, His Son.

We need learn what we need to learn, know what we need to know, and do what we need to do.

The storm stops at the door. Love reigns, peace dwells.

Man has made remarkable strides in conquering outer space, but how futile have been his efforts in conquering inner space- the space in our hearts and minds of men.

In this marvelous dispensation of the fulness of times, our opportunities to give of ourselves are indeed limitless, but they are also perishable.

So much in life depends on our attitude. The way we choose to see things and respond to others makes all the difference. To do the best we can and then to choose to be happy about our circumstances, whatever they may be, can bring peace and contentment.

Have times really changed? Don't we today, as always, love our children and want them to live righteously? Don't we today, as always, need God's divine protecting care? Don't we today, as always, continue to be at his mercy and in his debt for the very life he has given us?

May we muster courage at the crossroads, courage for the conflicts, courage to say, "no," courage to say, "yes," for courage counts.

Anger does not solve anything; it builds nothing.

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