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By salide
8/8/2008 3:24:10 PM
In the LDS addiction recovery workbook. pg 4 " how can a little child be of infinite worth and still be nothing when compared to his or her parents"

Can someone please expalin to me what this question is trying to ask?

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"it means that even though a child has nothing in the way of strength or experience compared to his/her parents, they're still of infinite worth because of what they're capable of."
posted at 15:47:39 on August 8, 2008 by Anonymous


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"Each one who resolves to climb that steep road to recovery must gird up for the fight of a lifetime. But a lifetime is a prize well worth the price. This challenge uniquely involves the will, and the will can prevail. Healing doesn’t come after the first dose of any medicine. So the prescription must be followed firmly, bearing in mind that it often takes as long to recover as it did to become ill. But if made consistently and persistently, correct choices can cure. "

— Russell M. Nelson

General Conference, October 1988