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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. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book truly teaches us the importance of standing for something and being consistent in our moral values.Published 5 months ago by Visa
Brings me back to what my parents thought me growing up. You gotta have all 10 virtual to have a good society.Published 6 months ago by LC
This should be required reading for school just as The 5,000 Year Leap should be as well. I love his insights to what is wrong in the world, how it happened, and, most importantly,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Asahel70
Various virtues illuminated by the personal experiences of the late President of the LDS church at the ripe age of 89 as well as quotes from influential thinkers and authors. Read morePublished 8 months ago by BlakPropaganda
This is a book that should be in every home. It is an inspired guide that will heal the ills of this nation by healing our own hearts and homes. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kristin Johnson
So disappointed in this book. Hinckley is supposed to be the leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints which believes in continuing revelation and additional... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ryan Nickel