Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Lessons Learned

I have no regrets.
I did what was right at that time.
I have helped others and learned a great deal.

Being a wife and mother enlarged my heart.
Being ill has helped me develop empathy, patience, and
an increased unity with my husband
Serving as a Primary teacher and InService Leader (teacher of teachers),
I learned about teaching, and working with others.
Sponsoring a Cambodian refugee family,
increased my understanding of people.
My 17 years as an editor taught me
about holding to principles.
Writing for the Ensign
gave me experience and confidence as a writer.
Volunteering for ten years at the elementary school
and applying for teaching positions,
built my confidence as a professional teacher.
My four years as a visiting teaching coordinator and at the BYU ward,
taught me to reach out to others in love.
My year of answering feedback as a Church Service missionary,
has deepened my testimony of the Gospel
and taught me to respond with love.

I’m thankful for the Lord’s
guidance in my life
and the lessons He has
guided me to learn.

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