Howard W. Hunter

“It is this last aspect of our self-evaluation---the effect of our lives on the lives of others---that will help us understand why some of the common, ordinary work of life should be valued so highly. Frequently it is the commonplace tasks we perform that have the greatest positive effect on the lives of others, as compared with the things that the world so often relates to greatness” (Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Howard W. Hunter, p. 164-165).