Self-mastery, self-control, self-improvement

“Self-mastery is not only the root of self-respect, it is essential in inviting the Spirit to teach, confirm, and testify.” (Margaret S. Lifferth, Primary General Presidency, “Respect and Reverence,” General Conference, April 2009)

“Self-improvement may seem a kind of work project, but it is—at heart—a change of heart.” (Kathleen H. Hughes, Relief Society General Presidency, “Out of Small Things,” General Conference, October 2004)

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