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When all is said and done, when all the legions of the ages have passed in review, when man’s terrible inhumanity to man has been chronicled, when God’s great love for His children has been measured, then above all stands the lone figure of Jesus Christ, the Redeemer of the world, the Savior of mankind, the living Son of the living God, the Prince of Peace, the Holy One.
Thomas S. Monson
The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves.
1. Go biking.
2. Go to a park — and “you must play on the equipment.”
3. Have a 99-cent (or other amount) date. The fun is “thinking what you could do with that amount,” he said.
4. Visit a hospital and ask the nurses who hasn’t been visited recently. Visit those people.
5. Go to a free concert in the mall.
6. Eat corn flakes by candlelight. Dress in good clothes, pick a park table close to the road, light some candles, eat the cereal and watch drivers passing by do double-takes.
7. Double-date with your parents. To the audience’s boos, he quickly added that it’s a good way to get a good, free meal because your parents are sure to grab the check.
8. Take children — only two — to the zoo. The reason for that number is so the dating couple can still hold hands while each holds the hand of a child.
9. Picket your houses waving signs that say “Best parents ever” and other complimentary slogans.
10. Play games that were your favorites as children.
11. Build sand castles.
12. Have an island date, where you eat dinner on an island in the middle of a road.
(From Stan G. Crippen, Campus Education Week session “How to Be Happy — Examining Your Expectations.”)