"Ours is a most exciting age - an age in which women have more time, more opportunity, and more inclination to use their creative talents to the utmost. But, with so many exciting possibilities clamoring for our attention, it becomes difficult to separate those which will give only momentary satisfaction from those which offer eternal blessings. I'm grateful for the guidance of prophets to help me discern where I can most profitably put my creative energies to work."
Barbara Smith, former General Relief Society President
Topics In This Section of Errand of Angels
When you Really Know a Sister: Poem about the fact that we judge when we do not really know another sister. Coming to understand others is a key element to loving and caring for others.
The Secret Heart: Look into the hearts of the other sisters around you, surprisingly they feel much the same as you.
I Know Something Good About You: Great poem about how we should be viewing others.
A Word To Saints: This poem was written Pioneer days by Eliza R. Snow about what it means to be in Zion. Sounds to me like think weren't all that different in the last 1800's and there is still a great need for good saints in all settings.
Gossip Town: Well done poem about Gossip and the harm it does.
"Spread love everywhere you go; first of all in your own house. Give love to your children, to your wife or husband, to a next door neighbor. . . Let no one ever ever come to you without leaving better and happier. Be the living expression of God's Kindness; kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile, kindness in your warm greeting."