Like the Little Mermaid, who owned no more than twenty thingamabobs, they say, "But who cares, no big deal, I want MORE." (How could you be miserable with twenty thingamabobs? ” ― John Bytheway, “If you're trying to be miserable, it's important you don't have any goals. Your only objective each day should be to inhale and exhale for sixteen hours before you go to bed again.)” ― John Bytheway, “What will he [Satan] do first? Don't read anything informative, don't listen to anything useful, don't do anything productive.It is important to understand that men are defensive listeners continued Bytheway. And three, What do you want from me when this conversation is over?
” ― John Bytheway, “If your only nice to the people that are nice to you, big deal; what do you want, a gist certificate? And if you only say "hi" in the hall to the people that say hi to you, what are doing more than anyone else?Maybe you know people who are different when they're alone than when they're with their friends."Don't get too discouraged," John counsels, and he goes on to offer plenty of sound advice on "getting joyfully through these in-between years."You'll learn to stop focusing on things you can't control, to play the dating game in such a way that you'll have no regrets later, to express affection appropriately, to recognize when someone might be the "right one" for you--and when that someone might not be.Trying to find the right companion, struggling with the dating game, or even thinks about marriage, John Bytheway knows how to fight the good fight.If you start achieving goals, you might start to feel a sense of excitement, then you might want to set another goal, and then your miserable mornings are through.
To maintain your misery, the idea of crossing off your goals should never cross your mind.” ― John Bytheway, “Everyone would like to have stronger faith.“Harmony is being different together and accepting that difference,” he said.John Bytheway is a bestselling author, favorite speaker, and part-time instructor at Brigham Young University. Like Stripling Warriors The story of the Stripling warriors illustrates much needed morals for our lives today.Echoing those principles taught in the Church proclamation on the family, we can learn from this example how mothers and fathers help each other in their familial responsibilities to teach, provide for, and protect their children.“When you know exactly what the expectations are you can give the desired result,” Bytheway said. Maxwell, late member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Bytheway pointed out that in marriage, man and wife are meant to help each other overcome inadequacies.