It is clear that even when we let our light shine without ostenation and with no thought of doing deeds "to be seen of men," there still can arise situations in which our example—per se—goads others. Nephi's righteousness and his father's frequent citations of Nephi's spiritual superiority to his older brothers did not go down well with Laman or Lemuel, (and Lemuel was clearly Laman's unwavering psychological satellite. See 1 Nephi 3:28.)
That others may be so offended is not reason for us to reduce such righteousness as we have.
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Today's Maxwell Quote
From For the Power Is in Them (1970), 8: