When we want to learn more about our Heavenly Mother,
or we crave a relationship with her, or feel her absence like a physical wound, it’s because we listened when you taught us that motherhood is indispensable to the well-being of the world. We believed that “the greatest job any woman will ever do will be in nurturing and teaching and living and encouraging and rearing her children in righteousness and truth,” as Gordon Hinckley put it and Dallin Oaks repeated
. Given the way you've prioritized motherhood, it makes perfect sense that we want to know our Heavenly Mother, to speak to her, to learn from her.