As we strive for meekness in our learning and teaching, we are filled with the Spirit and enabled to provide an inspiring education for each BYU student.
It is important that we, as individuals and institutions, embrace meekness. We need to maintain humility and teachability we strive for greatness.
Social scientists are now confirming what heaven has known all along about the critical role of meekness in personal and professional progress.
Steven E. Snow speaks of the stepping stones and stumbling blocks in life and how we can either take advantage of them or fall over them.
We must take a stand for what is right but do so with love. Persuade and be persuaded by the Holy Spirit of God.
I have learned from five prophets—Presidents McKay, Smith, Lee, Kimball, and Benson—that the Lord speaks with a voice of mildness and love.
The world may equate meekness to weakness, but that is not true. In fact, only the meek and lowly in heart are prepared to serve in the Lord's vineyard.
Being meek doesn't mean being a doormat—it means having the humility to depend on the Lord, who will give us the greatest confidence and strength.
Meekness does not oppose boldness. It means to speak up without speaking down. It means to depend upon the Lord. It means to become like the Savior.
God is the gardener of our lives. When we put our life in harmony with His will, we will be able to become what we are meant to be.