Think Twice!

“ Do you harbor a grudge against someone else? Do you gossip even when what you say may be true? Do you exclude, push away, or punish others because of something they have done? Do you secretly envy another?Do you wish to cause harm to someone? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may want to apply the two word sermon from earlier. Stop it. There’s enough heartache and sorrow in this life without our adding to it through our own stubbornness, bitterness, and resentment.” -Deiter F. Uchtdorf
We Have all been guilty of doing some of these things as some point in our lives…or we are even still today doing it. It is hard sometimes to not do some of these things…or think about doing them. But it’s even harder for the person receiving the brunt of the storm. We all need to think about others and whether our actions or words are going to in someway hurt someone else. Like the above quote states There is enough heartache and sorrow in this life…in our world…without our adding to it, because of our stubbornness, bitterness and resentment. We all need to just stop. Its all fun and games until someone gets hurt right??? well, I feel this time we have crossed that boundary… causing that someone to choose to take their own life.
It may feel good to blow off some steam and just talk about that person because they have upset you..
It may make you feel a little better to make fun of someone, just because you are low on self-esteem…
Maybe you want to cause harm to someone who hurt you first…
In the end it is just a continuous cycle…and It has to stop somewhere. If you are apart of one of these viscous cycles, or if you are the one causing it, just walk way. At the end of the day doing these things to others really doesn’t make us feel good does it? so why continue?
“Let us be kind. Let us forgive. Let us talk peacefully with each other. Let us do good unto all men. Allowing us to see others the way our Heavenly Father sees us, as flawed and imperfect mortals who have potential and worth far beyond our capacity to imagine.Because God loves us so much, we too must love and forgive. Remember, in the end it is the merciful who obtain mercy.
Here is the whole video, I hope that we all can learn something from this.

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