That thought came to me last Sunday as I listened while Elder Joseph W. Sitati -- the newly sustained member of the First Quorum of the Seventy -- addressed our stake conference in Brigham City.
I don't know how the local cats and dogs fared, but everyone in the congregation -- from 8 to 80 -- listened with full attention.
They hung on every word.
His message was both elegant and simple.
It was this:
The gospel can be profound and even mysterious at times, but the recipe for joy is unadorned: