Return to Virtue

In my ongoing posts about General conference talks, this week was from Elaine S. Dalton (General Young Women President), called “Return to Virtue”

I liked how she talked about how you get desensitized to things, whether it be sex, violence, or whatever.  She also referenced Lehonti and Amalickiah up on the  mountain (which I talked about last time). Her quote was

Could it be that first we tolerate, then accept, and eventually embrace the vice that surrounds us?

She also talked about her “training” program from the scriptures

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