“Comment,” Ensign, June 2009, 80
Riding the bus to work one day, I read President Henry B. Eyring’s address “Our Hearts Knit as One” from the October 2008 general conference (Ensign, Nov. 2008, 68). There was wonderful symbolism with knitting and how it relates to gaining unity. No sooner had I finished reading the message than I looked up and there in front of me was a lady knitting! As I watched her, the symbolism President Eyring had used made even more sense to me. I count this as a tender mercy from the Lord. Of all articles to choose from that day, I feel I was directed to that one.
Brad Peterson Utah, USA
Please continue to publish articles about adoption like “The Gift of Adoption” in the February 2009 issue (p. 36). I am the grandmother of the adoptive family in our case. The two open adoptions my daughter and her husband have had have been real-life miracles—everything about them. I have been educated and blessed beyond words.
Pam Brennan Arizona, USA