“Contents,” New Era, Nov. 1995New EraNovember 1995Volume 25, Number 11ContentsThe Message: Run Like a DuckElder W. Eugene HansenWant to be better? Do better? Then master this principle.Focus On: Faith—A Dream Coming TrueRandall ShirleyKiruba is a young convert from India who is determined to make a difference.In Tune: Simple PleasuresLinda E. HartPlaying above the RimChris CroweIf you want to slam-dunk in real life, keep your standards high.My Own BibleSonia BellorinI couldn’t afford one until the Lord sent a small miracle to my door.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI know that to stay morally clean I must have clean thoughts. But the dirty jokes I hear in passing seem to stick with me. How can I be in this world and not of it?Mormonad: Idle WorshipGood SeedJanet ThomasThe Young Women worldwide celebration results in a wonderful harvest.Measuring UpLloyd NewellThose marks on the furnace room wall measured more than height.The Middle of SomewhereLarry A. HillerJared Kowalski strikes it rich in an isolated mining town.FYI: For Your InfoComing BackSara FitzgeraldIt wasn’t easy, but coming back to church was the best thing I ever did.Fiction: Where Have All the Flowers Gone?Kathleen “Casey” NullAn armful of blossoms is nothing to sneeze at.MormonismsNot If, but WhenLee DaltonLife is like flying a plane; you’ve got to be prepared if you want to survive.FeedbackLetters to the editorsPoem: A Child’s WorldMichelle BastianPhoto of the MonthStuart L. GriggCover: Like thousands of others, Sara Painter, 16, of the Tempe (Arizona) Tenth Ward planted seeds of testimony through scripture study. Cover photography: Janet Thomas (front), Welden Andersen (back).