“Contents,” New Era, June 1993 New Era June 1993 Volume 23, Number 6 Contents The Message: Searching for the One You Will MarryElder LeGrand R. CurtisDating for fun is fine, but remember the ultimate purpose. Dating: Give Me a BrakeJeaNette Goates SmithHere’s how you set—and keep—proper dating guidelines. Before and AfterTyler WilkinsonParalyzed in an accident, Tyler has learned what’s really important. Look and SeeShane Wise and Christie GilesElder Loo taught him that people are more important than a schedule. Q&A: Questions and AnswersHow do I keep Church standards without coming across as self-righteous? MormonadUnload Sharing in the SunRichard M. RomneyTucson kids bring gifts to a Mexican Indian school and come away rich. Surprised by FishChristy WilliamsSnorkeling wasn’t easy, but persistence brought a blessing of beauty. The Eternal Road TripLisa A. JohnsonTheir road from the Canary Islands to the celestial kingdom goes via the Frankfurt Temple. New Summer FriendsJanet ThomasStudents in Mesa, Arizona, put Moroni’s promise to the test. Fiction: Rock HeartJudy C. OlsenCould she love more than one dad? Mormonisms FYI: For Your Info The One-Stroke DifferenceJae D. MarkhamThere was more than a trophy at stake in this golf game. Day of DelightRobert L. BackmanThe Sabbath is a blessing not a burden. Feedback:Letters to the editor Poem: The RaceMichelle Aliff Photo of the MonthLisa Dixon Cover: Tucson teens find a warm reception under the Mexican sun. See p. 20. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Phil Shurtleff (back).