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Do what you can to rise above all of this. Stand up. Speak out against evil and brutality. Safeguard against abuse.
Keep out of your homes the filthiness of the world, which can lead to such abuse. Rise up in the stature of your divine inheritance. — Gordon B. Hinckley
Trust in God. Hold on in His love. Know that one day the dawn will break brightly and all shadows of mortality will flee. Though we may feel we are “like a broken vessel,” as the Psalmist says, we must remember, that vessel is in the hands of the divine potter.
Broken minds can be healed just the way broken bones and broken hearts are healed. While God is at work making those repairs, the rest of us can help by being merciful, nonjudgmental, and kind. — Jeffrey R. Holland