no two persons are tempered alike (Brigham Young)

“There are no two faces alike, no two persons tempered alike; we are tried with each other, and large drafts are made upon our patience, forbearance, charity, and good will, in short, upon all the higher and Godlike qualities of our nature."
                       
Brigham Young ( Deseret News, July 6, 1862, 9.)

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