Moses, a man who had a storied relationship with God, was once offered a view of His work and His glory. Until recently, whenever God has shown someone a vision of His creations and all of His works, I’ve imagined it as some sort of humbling history lesson which progressed in marginally boring fashion. As in, Heavenly Father saying “Look at all the things I’ve created, look at all these people, and these people, and these people.” Click, click, click. And then whoever is experiencing the vision usually says “Wow, that’s profound, I realize I’m actually quite small and maybe even nothing compared to everything you’ve ever made.” But what if they’re talking about more than that? What if those moments of heavenly perspective, had by Moses, Nephi, and others, illustrated not just our existence but our connections to each other? What if they had the chance to glimpse the way the Savior can help us weave our free-wheeling selves back to Him by loving and helping each other? What if what they saw were the moments we live that we humbly say “I had no part in making that come about,” the times when we are part of an experience that simply could not originate with us? Those are the moments when I reel back with awe, praise, and completely unforced humility at the grandeur before me, similar to what they describe. Can you imagine witnessing all of those moments throughout all time? I love the idea that His work is to help us help each other back to Him. All it takes is willing participants.