“Contents,” New Era, Feb. 1992 New Era February 1992 Volume 22, Number 2 Contents The Message: “Yagottawanna”Elder Jack H. GoaslindTrue happiness comes from righteous living, and for that, you must develop righteous desires. The SnobCheryl J. PreeceWhen a “perfect” girl comes to this small town, she’s given an undeserved label. How I Know: Picture Book TestimonyMaly SouvanthongA simple question from a child on a bus helped her discover her own testimony. Catch!Jeffrey T. EricksonA young athlete teaches his mom to act on the promptings of the Spirit. Q&A: Questions and AnswersI’m having a hard time deciding what to do with the rest of my life in terms of a career. How do I decide? Northern StarsRichard M. RomneyThese Norwegian kids really shine, individually or as a group. Enduring Mrs. HigginsClaire Alyce LundOne last piano lesson—determination is as important as talent. Learning the RopesMark JacobsZane Davis goes from riding broncs in Wyoming to riding bikes in Brazil. Prom TrapJohn McPhersonA humorous look at the agony of inviting a girl to the dance. Mormonad: Little vices can put you in a big squeeze. Scripture Lifeline: Am I Worthy?Lori GibbsIt was the most important question she could ask, and only One really knew the answer. FYI: For Your Info Fiction: The Ghost of Carrots PastJack WeylandA perceptive look at the very real problem of eating disorders. Mormonisms FeedbackLetters to the Editor Photo of the MonthPeggy Jellinghausen Poem: The First ThawShirley S. Hind-Ball Cover: National rodeo champ Zane Davis is finding new challenges as a missionary in Brazil. See p. 28. Cover photography: Brian Kelly (front), John Luke (back).