Thought for the day from a work conversation. Patience is not a weakness; it's an enabling power for very hard things. It doesn't mean one does not know how to push; rather it means one can choose when to push, and when an objective is more likely if one chooses to be patience.
In Japan just now, I watched an older woman stand and give her seat to a mother and young daughter, then engage in a pleasant conversation with a new found friend, the husband. That prompted me 10 minutes later when a mother carrying a baby and helping a young daughter boarded the train to give … Continue reading
28 years next Tuesday. A ways to go before it's everlasting. “Marriage as understood by Latter-day Saints is a covenant ordained to be everlasting.” (http://www.lds.org/manual/teachings-of-presidents-of-the-church-joseph-fielding-smith/chapter-15-eternal-marriage?lang=eng)