“Contents,” New Era, Mar. 1991 New Era March 1991 Volume 21, Number 3 Contents FeedbackLetters to the editor. The Message: Know Your “Rights”Elder Jacob de JagerExercising these “rights” builds spiritual strength. The Sunday I Discovered the SabbathClytee KleagerOn Sunday, what you do is as important as what you don’t do. A Lot to DoKen JacksonBelieve it or not, I learned to appreciate hard work and responsibility. Everyday Heroes: A True ChampionLiisa London and Diane HoffmanAt the state finals, she sacrificed her playing time for a friend. Mormonad: Read the Instructions Q&A: Questions and AnswersI have a real problem with procrastination. What can I do? EverlastingRichard M. RomneyYoung Latter- day Saints in Sweden love their temple. Tell HimKen BarkerThanking the Lord meant sharing the joys of a beautiful day. A Mobile Work and a WonderAnne C. BradshawFor this English elder, a wheelchair is just another way to move forward. Mormonisms Fiction: Telling Topie Good-byeMarci Huber GallacherChange brought sadness, but the Savior’s example brought comfort. FYI: For Your Information You Can Make a DifferenceElder F. Melvin HammondTo make the world better, you just have to be faithful, not famous. The Name GameGeri ChristensenShe remembered people’s names and they remembered her kindness. Photo of the MonthJulie Thornley Poetry: Ready for a ChangeElizabeth Talmage Cover: Elder Jolyon Folkett may be confined to a wheelchair, but his enthusiasm and influence know no bounds. He and companion Elder Dean Beale really have things cooking in Blackpool, England. Cover photography: Anne C. Bradshaw (front), John Luke (back).