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WeaKly QuoTe: Sometimes Weekly, sometimes Weakly, sometimes not so Weakly

“Because [people with a fearless mind] focus is tuned to the task at hand, their attention is consistently directed toward the present.  Living in the present is one of the most, if not the most, important mental skill an individual can learn.  It provides great feelings of  control.  It allows the individual to learn from the past and to leave behind any hurt feelings, reducing feelings of repression.  It also prevents fear from factoring into the everyday processing of information. When the mind stays attentive to the task, the proverbial door to fear stays closed, as all fear exists only in the future.”Dr. Craig L. Mannning

“One of the virtues I have seen President Nelson portray unfailingly is his genuine, heartfelt kindness. I think he must be the kindest man I have ever been associated with — and I have worked with a lot of good people!In my current calling, I see him virtually every day for one reason or another. In the more than 40 years I have known him, I cannot think of a time that he was unkind, abrupt, rude or insensitive. It just isn’t in his nature. In all honesty, I have never seen him be unkind. He seems never to ‘lose his cool’ or be overwhelmed by a situation. He never raises his voice or speaks ill of anyone, regardless of the problem he is working with.As I have said in print before: Russell M. Nelson may be the man for whom the word ‘gentleman’ was created." Jeffrey R Holland