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Forget Me Not Hardcover – April 20, 2012
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About the Author
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf has served as the Second Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since February 3, 2008. He became a General Authority in April 1994 and served as a member of the Presidency of the Seventy until his call to the Twelve in October 2004. Prior to his calling, President Uchtdorf was the senior vice president of flight operations and chief pilot of Lufthansa German Airlines. He and his wife, Harriet Reich Uchtdorf, are the parents of two children and have six grandchildren.
Top Customer Reviews
First off, does Uchtdorf wife writes for him? If not, he's really in touch with the female perspective... and what a beautiful perspective this man has. I just wish this book was longer. But OMG its so beautifully written and stirs the soul so deeply. There are wonderful quotes from other notable people in it as well... not to mention most of what Uchtdorf writes can easily be placed in the history book of quotes.
My friend has been going through some odd times, and I think she thinks I'm crazy reading LDS literature all of the time and usually finds whatever I learn to be odd proselytizing, but this is the first of the LDS commentary she didn't turn away and found it to be quite beautiful.
I am currently reading Uchtdorf's "Your Happily Ever After"
This is the best gift to give any woman/mother whether LDS or not.
Remember me always,so Forget-me-not..........VIVI Rocks
Upon a visit to a lush garden, Pres. Uchtdorf's gaze was drawn to tiny blue flowers which were nearly obscured by the bigger, fancier flowers around it. They're called forget-me-nots. Pres. Uchtdorf derived five lessons from this observation, which he distilled in a talk given in a general women's meeting a few years ago. I see nothing to it that alienates male audiences though, since we too are prey of self-doubt, discouragement, vain pursuits, spiritual blindness, and could use the healing and comforting this book enables.
Short enough to be read in a single, half-hour sitting, Forget Me Not is part self-help, part sermon, part motivational speech, and completely beautiful. Don't be surprised if you find yourself teary-eyed while reading it, or wanting to revisit it time and again. Whatever your situation, it will uplift you and invite the Spirit into your heart.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Forget me not flowers. These flowers have taken a new meaning for me. Loved it. Sweet and to the point.Published 7 days ago by Kindle Customer
This book gave me what I needed at a dark time in my life. The flowers are so beautiful. I just love it.Published 16 days ago by leo langlois
I enjoy reading comments from the leaders of the church. This is good information foe any sister who struggles with inner conflict. Simple but spot on truths.Published 16 days ago by C2
Good reading for everyone. A spiritual experience with the Saviour and with our fellow man. Good lessons for sharing with anyone.Published 1 month ago by H Mason
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