“Contents,” New Era, Oct. 1995 New Era October 1995 Volume 25, Number 10 Contents The Message: Serious Questions, Serious AnswersElder Richard G. ScottHere’s some straight talk about morality. Just like Me?Kaye GarnerShe had been watching me all year, and I didn’t even know it. How I Know: I Know the FeelingAaron Lee ShillWhat does the Holy Ghost feel like? I found the answer in a classroom. Everyday Heroes: Removing the WallLillian WoodlandPaula Gonzales is bringing Hispanic and Anglo students together at her school. Scripture Lifeline: More Than PrayerTanda WilliamsHow I gained the witness I needed to go ahead with my baptism. Q&A: Questions and AnswersSome of my friends lie about their age so they can get in the theater for children’s prices. I’m afraid my friends will think I’m silly if I don’t go along. How should I handle this? Mormonad: Make a Name for Yourself Everybody BelongsRichard M. RomneyYoung Women in Snohomish make sure everyone is welcome. Here’s how. So Good in SogodLito B. LegaspiIn the Philippines, a simple act of service opens doors for the missionaries. Well SchooledLaury LivseyTaiwan’s Angel Liu finds the gospel really helps with her grinding study schedule. FYI: For Your Info Focus On: Leadership—Her Honor, the MayorLisa M. GroverAs her town’s youth mayor, Lindsay found that gospel principles work everywhere. Fiction: Friends in DeedChris CroweFrom steak dinner to stake dance, my Mormon friends certainly made things interesting. Mormonisms Helping HandsStephen Jason HallHis hands may not function, but he can still reach out to others. FeedbackLetters to the editors Poem: MaybeLaura Bott Photo of the MonthDavid C. Gaunt Cover: Traci Brown of Snohomish, Washington, is just one of many young women blessed by the spirit of friendship in her ward. See “Everybody Belongs,” p. 20. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Maren Mecham (back). Craft by Darla Davis.