General Conference Book Club Week 3:
This week we’ll study Bishop McMullin’s counsel about duty. He stated:
Duty does not require perfection, but it does require diligence. It is not simply what is legal; it is what is virtuous.
I’m fascinated with the relationship between duty and integrity. I’ve been thinking also about how when it comes to our reasons for doing what is right, duty is not necessarily a replacement for love, but a companion for it. Our adherence to duty can be seen as evidence of both our love and our integrity. But enough of my own “talk,” study Bishop McMullin’s — it’s much better. Please share your thoughts and insights in the comments. We learn as we discuss together and see new ways to apply the principles in our lives.