President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Second Counselor of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, gave a talk titled, Forget Me Not, to the Sisters at the September 24, 2011 General Relief Society Meeting.

We created a large word art Remembrance Chart from President Uchtdorf’s Forget-Me-Not talk for use as a reminder or a handout.

In Forget Me Not, President Uchtdorf, used a tiny flower with five petals, the forget-me-not, at a metaphor for five things it would be wise for the Sisters to never to forget.

  1. Be patient with yourself.
  2. The difference between a good sacrifice and a foolish sacrifice.
  3. Be happy now.
  4. The “Why” of the Gospel.
  5. The Lord loves you.

President Uchtdorf elaborated on each of the five points (five petals). In “Be Happy Now” he told of the children’s story, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, when everybody lost sight of the simple joy of chocolate in their quest for a “Golden Ticket”.

We used several tools to create what we call a Remembrance Chart of President Uchtdorf’s Forget Me Not talk that can also be used as a handout.

Forget Me Not talk by President Uchtdorf

Forget Me Not talk by President Uchtdorf

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