“[Stumbling blocks are] a stepping-stone to improving [my] life.” – Quentin L. Cook

 

My father saw the pole as a means of providing power, light, and abundant water for cooking and cleansing. It was a stepping-stone to improving his life.

One writer suggests that stumbling blocks may be made into “stepping-stones to a noble character and to Heaven.”Henry Ward Beecher, in Tryon Edwards, A Dictionary of Thoughts (1891), 586

 

Elder Quentin L. Cook

Elder Quentin L. Cook

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