“My religion teaches me to love all men. However much I may despise their acts, or deplore their wickedness . . . It is required of me that I shall love my neighbor as myself. I may not have risen yet to that high standard of perfection; there may still be lingering in me that selfishness that would prefer myself above my neighbor; but I aim to do right to my fellowmen, because the Gospel requires it” (Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph F. Smith, p. 196).