“I have a profound feeling of gratitude for the many good people who helped during this difficult season of our lives, but also a feeling of sadness for those who looked down on us because we were refugees, poor, and perhaps a little different. As a child you feel it deeply when others treat you as lower class. I think every human mind and heart is easily hurt by name-calling or labeling.
“The Holy Scriptures are filled with examples of refugees, from Abraham to Joseph and from David to Paul. Even Mary and Joseph fled as refugees to Egypt in order to protect their infant son, Jesus, from harm. The Mormon pioneers and early Latter-day Saints left their beloved countries and traveled either by force or by choice to a new land.
“We honor those who reach out to the poor and the needy, to the widow and the orphan, offering hope. We honor those who are not content to watch as others suffer but who lift up those who say, 'I can’t go on.' All of our lives are intertwined. We are all connected. As we help those in distress, our own lives are blessed.”
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- LDS Business College1998
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