Especially these parts:
Parents, grandparents, neighbors, friends, Primary leaders – each of us can reach out to hold on to the children. We can stop, kneel down, and look into their eyes and feel of their innate desire to follow the Savior. Take hold of their hands. Walk with them. It is our chance to anchor them on the path of faith.
When we are holding tight to the iron rod, we are in a position to place our hands over theirs and walk the strait and narrow path together. Our example is magnified in their eyes. They will follow our cadence when they feel secure in our actions. We do not need to be perfect – just honest and sincere. Children want to feel as one with us.
The world will teach our children if we do not, and children are capable of learning all the world will teach them at a very young age. What we want them to know five years from now needs to be part of our conversation with them today. Teach them in every circumstance; let every dilemma, every consequence, every trial that they may face provide an opportunity to teach them how to hold on to gospel truths.
My patriarchal blessing says that my children shall follow in the teachings I give them, and that their lives will result from my faithfulness. Now I need to make sure that I'm really teaching them what I want them to know, that I'm living true to my covenants and my faith.