This is a talk that challenges us in many ways:  “…we should all …love our neighbor and avoid contention.”  “Though we may disagree, we should not be disagreeable.”  “When our positions do not prevail, we should accept unfavorable results graciously and practice civility with our adversaries. In any event, we should be persons of goodwill toward all, rejecting persecution of any kind…”  “we must press forward, having ‘a love of God and of all men’.”  “As difficult as it is to live in the turmoil surrounding us, our Savior’s command to love one another as He loves us is probably our greatest challenge.”

Loving Others and Living with Differences – By Elder Dallin H. Oaks

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