How Shall I Choose?

[Of Special Interest to Young Men and Women]

We have a decision to make. How shall we choose the best way?

"Let us choose to us judgment," said Job's friend Elihu; "let us know among ourselves what is good" (Job 34:4). As we review the history of mankind, it becomes evident that the activities of human existence are made up primarily of a series of choices.

As young people, we have many choices to make. For example, when we go to a new school, what subjects shall we take? What activities shall we engage in? Who will be our friends? How much should we conform? In what ways shall we express our individual independence? Our answers to such questions are certain to affect our experience in the new school, and, like Elihu, we need to know what is good.

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One God, One Cause, One Mind
August 14, 1965

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