She also talks about the importance of watching how we react, because how we act is a teaching tool for your children. Make sure you are enforcing and not forcing.
The analogy of the gem was most fascinating to me. Instead of thinking of ourselves as on different levels we can think of ourselves as looking at the same gem from different places or facets.
This idea is to help share our feelings about Christ and the increase our spiritual learning with our secular. Because studying only the secular is like “the foam on the milk. A fleeting shadow.” Spencer W. Kimball
Here is the whole quotation: “Youth, beloved youth, can you see why we must let spiritual training take first place? –why must we pray with faith, and perfect our own lives like the Savior’s? Can you see that the spiritual knowledge may be complemented with the secular in this life and on for eternities but that the secular without the foundation of the spiritual is but like the foam upon the milk, the fleeting shadow?” President Spencer W. Kimball
Hi, we're Thom & Tresta, the interviewers for this conference. Here are some of our experiences and thoughts.