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The LDS Daily WOOL© Archive - Mary Ellen Edmunds

"Gifts and talents that we don't use and share seem to diminish. It seems true that the more we serve, the more we are able to serve. Our service muscles increase in size and usefulness. The use phenomenon is a lot like the law of the harvest: We reap what we sow. We can't pick a tomato or a carrot if we never planted and cared for a seed. We can't expect to become more holy if we never plant the seeds of spirituality." - Mary Ellen Edmunds, "Love Is a Verb," p.107

How about some low-tech love for those times when we don't have a lot of extra time, energy, money, food, ideas, clothing, or whatever. There are things anyone can do--even busy, busy worldlings. Don't wait for the big deal. Just serve here and now. Love is a lot of little rescues and burdens lifted and people genuinely served. - Mary Ellen Edmunds, Love Is a Verb, p.6

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