Approaching a checkout line this morning I was once again greeted by magazines of the world depicting women far from their divine potential. Such magazines appeal to baseness rather than virtue. They teach our mothers, our wives, and our daughters nothing of everlasting value.
Margaret D. Nadauld, former young women’s General President for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints lovingly urged: “Women of God can never be like women of the world. The world has enough women who are tough; we need women who are tender. There are enough women who are coarse; we need women who are kind. There are enough women who are rude; we need women who are refined. We have enough women of fame and fortune; we need more women of faith. We have enough greed; we need more goodness. We have enough vanity; we need more virtue. We have enough popularity; we need more purity.”