President Thomas S Monson
“May we maintain the courage to defy the consensus. May we ever choose the harder right instead of the easier wrong.
“As we contemplate the decisions we make in our lives each day—whether to make this choice or that choice—if we choose Christ, we will have made the correct choice.”
“Imprecise yet still Accurate”
Is a public relations excuse for a lack of transparency and clarity. It is the easier wrong. It is a diverting sound bite. It is dishonest. It is prideful and un-Christlike. It is colonial and dismissive. It is a tale designed to silence the questions in New Zealand.