I did front, back, and side mug shots of all of them.
Then I found a photo for them or made sets for them.
"As a new year begins and we try to benefit from a proper view of what has gone before, I plead with you not to dwell on days now gone nor to yearn vainly for yesterdays, however good those yesterdays may have been. The past is to be learned from but not lived in. We look back to claim the embers from glowing experiences but not the ashes. And when we have learned what we need to learn and have brought with us the best that we have experienced, then we look ahead and remember that faith is always pointed toward the future. Faith always has to do with blessings and truths and events that will yet be efficacious in our lives." Jeffrey R. Holland, “The Best Is Yet to Be,” Ensign, Jan 2010, 22–27
"When a man already has everything he needs in order to be contented, it is very unreasonable of him to go off seek satisfaction elsewhere. It has often struck me that when people are not satisfied with what they already have, and think they can find something better, then they only make themselves worse off. And they do not get any sympathy, because inconstancy is one thing that is universally condemned."and I wonder how far flung medieval chivalry is from now. This may be 452 years old, but it makes sense to me. However, something I can't believe though is that I typed up all of this for the point of sharing.
"But what about people who have not yet found their other half?" asked Simontaut. "Would you still say it was inconstancy if they seek her wherever she may be found?"
"No man can know," replied Dagoucin, "where his other half is to be found, this other half with whom he may be find a union so equal that between [the parts] there is no difference; which being so, a man must hold fast where Love constrains him and, whatever may befall him, he must remain steadfast in heart and will. For if she whom you love is your true likeness, if she is of the same will, then it will be your own self that you love, and not her alone."
"Dagoucin, I think you're adopting a position that is completely wrong." said Hircan. "You make it sound as if we ought to love women without being loved in return!"
"What I mean, Hircan, is this. If love is based on a woman's beauty, charm and factors, and if our aim is merely pleasure, ambition, or profit, then such love can never last. For if the whole foundation on which our love is based should collapse, then love will fly from us and there will be no love left in us. But I am utterly convinced that if a man loves with no other aim, no other desire, than to love truly, he will abandon his soul in death rather than allow his love to abandon his heart."
-Heptameron (I don't feel like taking the time to properly cite this)