The statue begins to move and reveals a hidden door beneath it. When she and the other Black Hand members have gone down, follow them through the door. Although it is not necessary, it might be a good idea to 'use' the statue to benefit from its buff. Once they have entered the crypt, Arquen will begin speaking to the Night Mother. After a short time they'll all discover that Mathieu Bellamont is the traitor, who will then pull a dagger and kill two of the other Speakers Banus and Belisarius before turning on the Night Mother.
Mathieu will repeatedly try to attack the Night Mother, but she's ethereal and can't be harmed.
Then he attacks the Hero and they must defeat him. He carries a Dagger of Numbing and it's not a hard battle, though a low-level Hero may find it useful to use a poison. Once the traitor lies dead, the Night Mother says that she knew all along of Mathieu's plot since he was a boy. She could have stopped him anytime, but allowed him to keep pursuing, so that the Dark Brotherhood may learn a lesson from being so blind at the growing threat.
The Night Mother tells the Hero to help themselves to any treasure random as well as dependant on level in the room. She also warns them to take everything they can, as they will not be allowed back in the chamber after this event.
Matthew 19:19 English Standard Version (ESV)
There are three small coffin shaped containers made of stone and reagents on the Night Mother's altar, as well as the weapons and robes of the traitor and the two dead Black Hand members. After collecting any desired items, tell the Night Mother they are ready to leave. When talking to the Night Mother again, she will teleport the player back to the Sanctuary in Cheydinhal. Edward L.
Analysis of the Fifth Commandment
Kimball, Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, , p. Young people, if you honor your parents, you will love them, respect them, confide in them, be considerate of them, express appreciation for them, and demonstrate all of these things by following their counsel in righteousness and by obeying the commandments of God. To persons whose parents are dead, honoring parents is likely to involve thoughts of family reunions, family histories, temple work, and commitment to the great causes in which departed parents spent their lives. Middle-aged persons are likely to think of the commandment to honor our fathers and our mothers in terms of caring for aged parents.
When the elderly have no families to care for them, priesthood and Relief Society leaders should make every effort to meet their needs in the same loving way. Recent years have seen great increases in the numbers and percentage of older people in our population. A recent study estimated that in another ten years one-seventh of the population of the United States, about 35 million people, will be at least 65 years old. At that time, about five million citizens will be age 85 or older.
From time to time, Church leaders hear of grown children who seem to be good Latter-day Saints but are negligent or even maliciously indifferent in caring for their aged parents. Some have encouraged parents to distribute their property and then have put them away in institutions, sometimes with inadequate care and sometimes without regular visits and expressions of love from their children.
The best way to care for the aged is to preserve their independence as long as possible. President Benson explained:. Let us not take away from them choices which they can still make. Some parents are able to live and care for themselves well into their advancing years and would prefer to do so.
Where they can, let them. When the elderly become unable to care for themselves, even with supplemental aid, care can be provided in the home of a family member when possible. Church and community resources may also be needed in this situation. When aged parents who are not able to live alone are invited to live with their children, this keeps them in the family circle and allows them to continue their close ties with all members of the family.
"Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother" - Rex D. Pinegar - BYU Speeches
When a parent lives with one child, the other children should make arrangements to share the burdens and blessings of this arrangement. When it is not possible for parents to be cared for in the homes of their children, so that some type of institutional care is obtained, their children should remember that institutional care will generally focus on physical needs. Members of the family should make regular visits and contacts to provide the spiritual and emotional sustenance and the love that must continue in the family relationship for mortal life and throughout all eternity.
In some nations where our members reside, the obligation to care for aged parents is more keenly felt and more faithfully observed than in the United States. I saw this in Asia. But the care of aged parents is still a strongly felt obligation among most Americans. Six out of ten older persons questioned in a recent national survey had weekly personal visits with their children, and three-fourths of them talked on the telephone with their children at least weekly.
Two-thirds of those surveyed expect to take care of their elderly parents.
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See Deseret News, 7 May , p. Latter-day Saints have a good record of caring for their aged parents and for older citizens generally. I have seen wonderful examples of this in my own family and among my LDS friends and associates. Many of our General Authorities and their companions have been exemplary in caring for their aged parents. When I was a young boy in a small Utah town, I remember seeing my grandmother overseeing the provision of food, favors, transportation, and entertainment for a large group of elderly in the community.
Most of you have never heard of Old Folks Day. The breakdown of every society and of every desertion from the Church starts in disrespect for parents. This disrespect was personified by Ham, the second son of Noah. By laughing at the nakedness of his father, Ham became a standard figure of the sinful attitude of a son who does not respect his parents Genesis The connection between a proper relationship with one's parents and the good things of this life-and likewise, long life--can be seen in the so-called "patriarchal families".
The spiritual order of such families confers a certain nobility of life on everything. Patriarchal families preserve life from shocks that hurt the soul, and confer greater health and longevity. A spiritually balanced life, God's peace and good morals could be found formerly in Russia among peasants, Cossacks, and Old Ritualists.
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