The Daily

    Disagreement Without Contention

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    Elder Quentin L. Cook has taught, “It is appropriate to disagree, but it is not appropriate to be disagreeable." We need to be harmonious, not contentious, even when we disagree on doctrine, policy, or social issues. As we work toward unity rather than choosing a path of divisive contention, we can be filled with love and understanding that invites inspiration.

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