Love Is Most Important


Love above ideology.

Relationships above theology.

Human connection above belief.

Love is a verb, an action, which means demonstrating understanding and compassion toward all those with whom we associate—regardless of anyone’s particular beliefs or ideologies. It means placing the virtue of kindness above our differences and being true and genuine friends to one another without judgment and without reservation. Only when we make our relationships a higher priority than our beliefs will love reign supreme in our neighborhoods, in our homes, and in our hearts.

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One thought on “Love Is Most Important

  1. My Wife and I watched your video last night. We found it both interesting and poignant, particularly as many of your concerns and much of your experience is similar to our own. Thank you for sharing.
    We do have a question. You don’t seem to mention what to do about a continuing faith in God and Christ or if you still consider that to be important. I understand that when people lose faith and leave the LDS church some seek other churches, some become agnostic and others atheist. There are probably other permutations as well. If you feel able to elucidate, we would love to understand where you currently stand and the thought processes that took you there.

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