Stace Hall | University Advancement | 27 September 2007
As they make final preparations before departing to preside as president and matron of the Hong Kong Temple, Charles and Helen Goo shared thoughts and lessons they've learned throughout the years.
While doing so, they said they wanted the audience to feel right at home.
"My kitchen is a wonderful place to talk story, and so today I'd like to invite all of you as if you are in my kitchen… the only difference is I do all the talking, and you do all the listening," Helen Goo said.
Goo, an entrepreneur and founder of Helen's Kitchen, shared what she called "pearls of wisdom from Helen's Kitchen." She said through life experiences she acquired three pearls, which she wanted to pass along to the audience.
First, Goo shared a teaching from Confucius, which, translated, reads as follows: