I am really good at writing things down; I think they are just not the right kinds of things. Usually I sit down to write when I need to get something out, and all kinds of frustration and sarcasm and despair ends up in there. Elder Eyring's idea sounds lots better. As in, the result wouldn't be something I would never want my future kids to read about me! Thanks for the reminder.
Oh I am so so so glad you had this post! It was just what I needed! Holy cow! I am so negative with everyone and everything right now because my life has been in shambles and on top of that, we are bringing another baby into the world in a few weeks. I have slacked on my journal writing since I have blogged and I am going out today to get me a journal just for what Pres. Eyring is talking about! I LOVE this entire talk! It is one of my favorites!!! And I'm stealing your idea and putting it on my blog too! It is sooo important! Thank you!
Thank goodness for blogs, that's my journal!
I love this talk! I haven't been feeling well, lately, so I've been exploring some negativity lately. Thanks for posting, it is very timely for me.
Oh, Annie, thank you so much for posting this. This is exactly the kind of thing I need to keep in mind at a time of newness (summer starts tomorrow for us). Amazing.
I always remember the RS lesson that you gave on this talk. And then that pondering makes me pick up my journal and write, or feel guilt that I haven't written. Thank you so much for giving this lesson. I know it will always stick with me. You are an inspiration to me!
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