"Spencer later seemed to wish he had adopted a gentler tone. In 1977 he said to Lyle Ward, his neighbor, 'Sometimes I think I might have been a little too strong about some of the things I wrote in this book'. . . . When he heard of others who read the book and became discouraged by a standard that seemed to them unattainable, he wished he had communicated more understanding and encouragement."

Edward Kimball in Lengthen Your Stride: The Presidency of Spencer W. Kimball pp. 79-80

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