“Contents,” Ensign, Feb. 1972, 1EnsignFebruary 1972 Volume 2 Number 2ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Walking in Obedience to the CommandmentsPresident N. Eldon TannerPrograms and Policies NewsletterBooksOur Readers WriteAfter AllEditorial: Time, a Generous GiftHome/FamilyThe Value of Home LifeNeal A. MaxwellA Family Home EveningBelle S. SpaffordWoman, Family, HomeMaintain Your Place As a Woman President Harold B. LeeScriptures As They Relate to Family Stability Elder Marion G. RomneyHomemaking—Twenty-four Hours a Day Mark E. PetersenBegin Where You Are—At Home Elder Boyd K. PackerFaith/Doctrine/HistoryA Note on Psalm 8:4–6Sidney B. SperryReformed ProtestantismRichard O. CowanFiction/PoetryHow Could Joseph Know?President S. Dilworth YoungDon’t Hinder Me, NathanRuby L. AndersPoetryYvonne L. PaganoHelen FaulknerVal Camenish WilcoxPauline HavardLee StokesPaul ArmstrongEdith OgutschSolveig Paulson RussellEvalyn M. SandbergHuman Relations/Teaching“Where from Here?”Lynn Eric JohnsonBreakfast in the ParkWendell J. AshtonWeighing Needs: Communicating the Better WayMarshall T. BurtonHow Do You Get Others to Be Self-Motivated?Stephen R. CoveyContemporary TopicsThoughts on Music in the ChurchReid NibleyWheat for Man—Should It Be Enriched, Restored, or Fortified?R. Gaurth HansenOn the cover: The family outing on our cover this month symbolizes the theme of women, family, and home. Ray and Anna Lue Walbeck of Beaver, Utah, are shown with their three children, Rae Lynn, Russell, and Calvin. Expanding on this theme are features in this issue by President Harold B. Lee, first counselor in the First Presidency; Elders Marion G. Romney, Mark E. Petersen, and Boyd K. Packer of the Council of the Twelve; Dr. Neal A. Maxwell, Commissioner of Church Education; and Sister Belle S. Spafford, general president of the Relief Society. The photograph was taken by Eldon Linschoten, Ensign photographer, under the direction of Merrill L. Gogan, art director.