It can’t really be the end of June already…can it?? I had so many plans to get these General Conference quotes up during conference weekend. Sigh. Unfortunately, moving across the country with two toddlers consumed my life for the last few months! Oh…
Tag Archive: happiness
I’m not going to lie…I didn’t catch much of the General Relief Society broadcast last night. I had plans to watch with my mother and sisters, but the stomach flu overcame me and my children, so our plans turned into crackers, water, and sleeping near…
This black and white image, Rabbit, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris.
This black and white image, Smile, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris.
This hand out has the quote from Helen Keller: “When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” Avaliable in PDF and GIF
This is the bookmark suggested by YW Manual 2, Lesson 42, Gratitude and Appreciation. It has the quote from the lesson, “Happiness is a Thankful Heart,” along with the ideas from the lesson on ways to show gratitude. 3 color bookmarks per page.
This handout was submitted by Lindsay S. to help youth determine what will bring them joy in life. Has space for youth to fill in things that give temporary happiness, lasting joy, and has a quote from Harold B. Lee: “Happiness does not depend on what happens outside of you but on what happens inside of you.” Black and white, 1 per page
This handout was submitted by Lindsay S. to accompany lessons on peace and happiness. The quote by Marion G Romney reads: “The sure way to peace and happiness in this life and life hereafter is to serve the Lord today and every day.” Color, 6 per page
April G. created these cute bookmarks to accompany Man 3 Lesson 3. The quote from the manual reads: “The sure way to peace and happiness in this life and life hereafter is to serve the Lord today and every day” (Marion G. Romney, “Serve the Lord Today,” Ensign, June 1979, p. 3). 3 per page, color, 8.5 x 11 inches.