So, the women went to Priesthood session, and they didn’t get in.
I’m glad they didn’t, I’m glad that men and boys were given priority over them. I’m glad the church made it available over the internet so they could watch it. I read one of the reporters asked them which talk they liked the most and most of them seemed to say, “none of them.” Because, maybe — their time would have been better spent at a restaurant/backyard full of girlfriends, instead of complaining about rights that aren’t theirs.
We have the right to enjoy ourselves during priesthood session.
They have the right to go. 🙂 Because the things that the church talks to men about is different then what it talks to women about. THANK goodness!
Anyway, I was also REALLY grateful that a few conference talks spoke to women and the Priesthood, and I think my favorite was D. Todd Christopherson’s talk about the moral force of women.
I think my favorite part is that (in my mind, I don’t think this was explicitly said) that the church sometimes takes the women for granted. I am not going into how/why I feel that way. Suffice it to say that the priesthood leads the church, but the women adjust the lead as they feel necessary and get us to our final destination a good percentage of the time.
Have you read this talk? What did it say to you?
I also REALLY feel like he said that women are too harsh to each other. Some stay at home, some work outside the home. Some take on too many PTO jobs, they may has well work outside the home. 🙂 All of those women have a place and it is NEVER ours to judge how another family works.
Anyway, it was a great talk. Did you like it?