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    (32) Something Is Better Than Nothing (4/18/2021) | Music & the Spoken Word - YouTube

    Music and the Spoken Word broadcast with The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.
    With conductors Mack Wilberg and Ryan Murphy, organist Andrew Unsworth, and Lloyd Newell as announcer.

    Opening Credits (
    0:00)
    1) "Give," Said the Little Stream (
    1:10)
    William B. Bradbury; arranged by Ryan Murphy; lyrics by Fanny J. Crosby
    2) Called to Serve (
    4:04)
    Walter G. Tyler; arranged by Mack Wilberg; lyrics by Grace Gordon
    3) Final, from Symphony no. 1, Organ Solo (
    7:02)
    Louis Vierne
    4) I Know That My Savior Loves Me (
    10:34)
    Tami Jeppson Creamer and Derena Bell; arranged by Ryan Murphy
    5) Something Is Better Than Nothing (Spoken Word) (
    16:16)
    6) On a Clear Day, from On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (
    18:52)
    Burton Lane; arranged by Arthur Harris; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
    7) And Then Shall Your Light Break Forth, from Elijah (
    22:49)
    Felix Mendelssohn


    Something Is Better Than Nothing

    During one holiday break, a family decided they would work on an intricate jigsaw puzzle. They hoped this would be a fun opportunity to spend some time together. Their goal was to finish the puzzle before work and school started up again. During the first few days, everyone was all in. Then things started to slow down as they enjoyed other distractions. It looked like they would never accomplish their goal. But the family recommitted, and little by little, they worked on the puzzle until completion. Their motto became: doing something each day is better than doing nothing.

    Sometimes the enormity of the task in front of us is so daunting, so overwhelming, that getting started and staying with it can feel impossible. Certainly, most of life’s difficult challenges and trials are much more rigorous than a puzzle. But the same principle applies: doing something is better than doing nothing.

    Of course, in some circumstances, nothing is better than something. For example, there are times when a tense situation is best handled with silence and restraint, which are always better than saying or doing something in anger. But when it comes to improving ourselves or accomplishing a goal, even though we can’t do everything all at once, we can do something regularly, and that’s better than doing nothing at all.

    An older couple has applied this motto to their physical health. Each day, they try to go for a little walk, stretch a bit, and move through their aches and pains. They have their physical limits, but they don’t let that stop them from doing something each day.

    For others of us, it may not be a body but a relationship that needs strengthening. Here too, some small step toward healing is almost always better than doing nothing. And if that relationship we want to build is with God, there are many meaningful steps available: saying a prayer, taking a moment to ponder, reading from scripture, reaching out to someone in need. All of these small and simple efforts yield great results over time.

    So when you feel like a task is too big, remember that putting it off for another day won’t make it any smaller. Progress comes by doing something, and that’s better than doing nothing.

    April 18, 2021, Broadcast Number 4779.

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