Baroness Emma Nicholson receives an honorary doctorate and tells "fellow" graduates the history and common values she shares with BYU and the Church.
In a world that esteems possessions and status above all, it can be hard to stay focused on values like virtue and honesty—on everything money cannot buy.
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Each year brings opportunities to build BYU by upholding shared values, especially the integration of skepticism with faith in the restored gospel.
Eternal values never change, We must make the decision now to follow gospel principles in every circumstance and uphold a righteous standard.
Only the Creator can establish a true value system and determine what is right and wrong. Our job is to live by His principles to obtain His blessings.
Cecil B. DeMille, producer of the film The Ten Commandments, delivers a stirring call to BYU graduates to let their lives be empowered by the laws of God.