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)

“When we determine within ourselves that we will control our thoughts and our actions and be the best we can possibly be, the best of life will come to us.” (Sharon G. Larsen, Young Women General Presidency, “Standing in Holy Places,” General Conference, April 2002)

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