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Inspired by the five petals of the tiny forget-me-not flower, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf reminds us of five things we will be wise to never forget:
A wonderful gift for any woman in your life!
About the Author
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf has served as the Second Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since February 3, 2008. He was sustained as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in October 2004. He became a General Authority in April 1994 and served as a member of the Presidency of the Seventy from August 2002 until his call to the Twelve.
Prior to his calling as a General Authority, President Uchtdorf was the senior vice president of flight operations and chief pilot of Lufthansa German Airlines.
President Uchtdorf was born in 1940 in what is now the Czech Republic. He grew up in Zwickau, Germany, where his family joined the Church in 1947. He and his wife, Harriet Reich Uchtdorf, are the parents of two children and have six grandchildren.
I love this book!
by Amitie - reviewed on July 15, 2012
When you read this book you will know how much your Father in Heaven love you and also how important you are. It is a wonderful book. I think that all LDS woman should own and read this book.
Gorgeous art to accompany a wonderful message
by Mj - reviewed on June 28, 2012
I bought this for my Mom for Mother's Day and wanted to keep it for myself. I absolutely love this book and so does my Mom. The pictures are gorgeous and perfectly accompany the beautiful message President Uchtdorf presents. The 5 forget-me-nots are messages I'll carry with me forever.
I loved the message
by Deb - reviewed on May 17, 2013
I saw this book, and thought that it would be nice for my mother. For some reason I did not pick it up. As I thought about I decided that it would be perfect. I asked my husband (he is not crazy about stores) to pick it up on his way home from work. He did. I read the book myself, and the message was so, I can not describe the feelings I felt. On Mothers Day, the bishop gave each mother in the ward the book mark. Now I have both the book and the bookmark