How come nobody told me that President Uchtdorf dropped some major analysis of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in his Relief Society Conference talk Saturday night?
". . . In this classic children’s story, people all over the world desperately yearn to find a golden ticket. Some feel that their entire future happiness depends on whether or not a golden ticket falls into their hands. In their anxiousness, people begin to forget the simple joy they used to find in a candy bar. The candy bar itself becomes an utter disappointment if it does not contain a golden ticket."
The whole thing is real good.