Silence encourages feelings of refreshment

As members of the LDS Church, we give a lot of lip service to silence. We believe "silence is golden." And when conversations turn silent we say, "An angel just passed by."

But when things grow quiet, we Mormons also grow antsy.

We're doers.

Brigham Young felt the beehive was the perfect emblem for Utah and thought "Industry" was a great state motto. Even the name of this newspaper — "Deseret" — means honeybee.

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