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Hinckley makes a compelling case for every one of these virtues, quoting extensively from the Bible but mostly using convincing personal anecdotes (after all, he is an elder with 90 years worth of stories and wisdom). In his glowing foreword, Mike Wallace (of 60 Minutes fame) writes that Gordon Hinckley is an "optimistic leader of the Mormon Church who fully deserves the almost universal admiration that he gets." Clearly, Hinkley has struck a resounding chord with the American populace, including dyed-in-the-wool New York cynics such as Wallace. Word of this book is rapidly spreading across America as simple folk clamor to steer their lives and country with a more virtuous compass.
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I have two copies of this book, one at work and one at home, so that I can always feel inspired by the words of the Prophet.Published on Jan. 2 2004 by Kristen Stephenson
Yes I am LDS. I loved this book and believe that Hinckley is an inspired man. I wonder if those who slammed the book even read it. Read morePublished on Nov. 18 2002 by Kathryn Farnsworth
This book is fabulous. It espouses all of the moral, ethical, and important values that everyone on this earth should take to heart. Read morePublished on Oct. 11 2002 by Kristina Heller
President Hinckley is more than just a prophet for the "Mormon" people. He has recently attained that level of respect in the nation and world usually reserved for... Read morePublished on March 5 2002 by R. C. Cannon
President Hinckley offers advice in his book that I believe will heal our hearts and homes if followed. Very easy to understand and quick reading anywhere. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2002 by Jerry Sanchez