“Believe in yourself. Believe in your capacity to do great and good things. Believe that no mountain is so high that you cannot climb it. Believe that no storm is so great that you cannot weather it. You are not destined to be a scrub. You are a child of God, of infinite capacity… Believe that you can do it whatever it is that you set your heart on. Opportunities will unfold and open before you. The skies will clear when they have been dark with portent…He who is our Eternal Father has blessed you with miraculous powers of mind and body. He never intended that you should be less than the crowning glory of His creations.”
– Gordon B. Hinckley
“Believe in yourselves, in your capacity to do things that are good and worthwhile and upstanding. Seek the Lord if you are stumbling. Believe in your capacity to learn and make something of your lives. Stand tall and go forward. Don’t stand around complaining. Don’t sell yourselves short. Don’t miss your great opportunity. Get at it… work at it.”
– Gordon B. Hinckley
“Don’t limit yourself and don’t let others convince you that you are limited in what you can do. Believe in yourself and then live so as to reach your possibilities.”
– Thomas S. Monson
“What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve”
– Napoleon Hill
Here at LDSminds, we simply want to provide you with a resource that will motivate, educate, and inspire you to Do More, Be Better, and Become Greater. The key to a successful life in the Gospel is continual learning.
Thus, we hope you will use this site in your personal and family studies, as well as in your preparations for teaching the Gospel in whatever setting. This collaboration of quotes, talks, lessons, poems, stories, and all things of the like are intended to help you grow as an individual and as a student in the gospel.
This is NOT an official website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
A Labor of Love by Justin Vorwaller. To contact him directly, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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