See Yourself Clearly
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“See Yourself Clearly,” For the Strength of Youth, Jan. 2022.

See Yourself Clearly

Don’t let the world tell you who you are.

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Teenagers

The world will try to tell you things about yourself that aren’t true.

“You’re not popular enough.”

But the truth is: real friendships are more valuable than popularity.

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Fountain

“You’ll never succeed at anything.”

But the truth is: faith and hard work can get you anywhere.

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Mirror

“You’re too—” “You should be more—” “You’re not enough—”

But the truth is: God wants you to see yourself through spiritual eyes.

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Temple

“You’re worthless!”

But the truth is: you’re a child of God.

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Service

“You’re missing out on so much fun!”

But the truth is: you find joy as you share God’s love with those around you.

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Compass

“You’ll never amount to anything!”

But the truth is: you have a future as bright as your faith.1

Note

  1. See Thomas S. Monson, “Be of Good Cheer,” Apr. 2009 general conference (Ensign or Liahona, May 2009, 92).