“Contents,” New Era, Sept. 1992New EraSeptember 1992Volume 22, Number 9ContentsSpecial Issue: Education—Learn Wisdom In Thy YouthThe Message: What My Teachers Taught MeElder Carlos E. AsayTrue education doesn’t just make us smarter; it makes us better.What Is the Most Important Word?Laura Kay WorthingtonIf we tell you, will you remember?A Waste of Time?Adrian GostickSchool expands your horizons, not just your earning potential.Everyday Heroes: Signs of LoveKathy BarberichAimee “speaks” with her hands so others can “hear” with their eyes.Ten Ways to Get More Out of SchoolJack WeylandOur Son, MOTJanet G. LeeWhy the Lord won’t solve all our problems for us. How he does help.How I Know: I Asked, He AnsweredEric HansenHe put Moroni’s challenge to the test.Q&A: Questions and AnswersMy parents expect too much of me in school. What should I do?Mormonad: Get a Higher Education“I Quit!”Brad WilcoxNot! (After all, the temple builders didn’t quit.)Lift Up Mine EyesMary Ellen RobertsonA tough hike up Half Dome taught her to stay close to the Lord.WinningJanet ThomasLDS youth in Vidor, Texas, are a minority who make a major difference.MormonismsIf Not a University, Then What?Profiles of some who are succeeding at alternatives.Fiction: Stolen WordsLisa A. JohnsonWhat’s plagiarism? It’s when a writer makes a wrong.Grand Designs:Announcing the 1993 New Era contest.Through Clouds of DoubtCorinne L. HardmanJogging in the fog, a missing temple, and a lesson about eternal goals.FYI: For Your InfoScripture Lifeline: All That Work for NothingKatherine StrangShe failed the A.P. test and almost missed the real lesson.Not Where but HowLaRayne Sargent MillerLDS students learn to thrive at non-Church schools.Poem: GraduationLarry A. Hiller[photo, illustration] Cover: The computer symbolizes man’s efforts to gain and use knowledge. The light and the starry heavens remind us that “The glory of God is intelligence, or, in other words, light and truth” (D&C 93:36). Righteousness opens our minds to the truth of both earthly and heavenly things—and that’s true education.Front cover photography: John Luke.Back cover painting: “Christ in the Temple”, by Heinrich Hofmann; Courtesy of C. Harrison Conroy Co. Inc.