“Contents,” New Era, Nov. 1995 New Era November 1995 Volume 25, Number 11 Contents The 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 Pleasures Linda E. Hart Playing 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 Worship Good 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 Info Coming 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. Mormonisms Not If, but WhenLee DaltonLife is like flying a plane; you’ve got to be prepared if you want to survive. FeedbackLetters to the editors Poem: A Child’s WorldMichelle Bastian Photo of the MonthStuart L. Grigg Cover: 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).