36 And it came to pass also, that he caused the title of liberty to be hoisted upon every tower which was in all the land, which was possessed by the Nephites; and thus Moroni planted the standard of liberty among the Nephites.
Our spiritual memory may be strong, but it can also be clouded over by the events of day-to-day living. It can be useful in our homes and other environments to place tangible reminders of our deepest commitments.
In 2011, President Thomas S. Monson reminded us of a recommendation made by Spencer W. Kimball many years ago:
It would be a fine thing if … parents would have in every bedroom in their house a picture of the temple so [their children] from the time [they are] infant[s] could look at the picture every day [until] it becomes a part of [their lives]. When [they reach] the age that [they need] to make [the] very important decision [concerning going to the temple], it will have already been made. [“The Holy Temple–a Beacon to the World,” General Conference, April 2011].
Today, I applied this scriptural passage to my life by considering the tangible reminders of my covenants in my life and by recommitting to pay attention to them and to the spiritual memories they awaken.