Are you sure?
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Who am I?
As a young person, I have asked myself this question many times.
It's hard not to be influenced by everything and everyone around you. Every magazine has a beautiful model on the cover. There are advertisements, television, school ... so many things! But I have learned that one thing will never change as far as my identity is concerned—I am the daughter of God.
A couple of Septembers ago, I started my second year at my school. I go to a small all-girls school. I had four very close friends from the year before. When the year began, I stuck with them instead of meeting the new students and trying to make friends with them. These friends and I were close, very close. We went everywhere together; we didn't speak to anyone else. Essentially, I had become part of a clique. Being part of a group like this gave me a great sense of security. I felt that I never was going to be alone or left out. I didn't have to speak to people in my same grade who intimidated me.
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TO OUR READERS
Transformed mental health
The right arrangement of one's thoughts
Nathan A. Talbot
Who am I?
Priscilla del Castillo
The media and "the advancing spiritual era"
On justice being served
Doreen L. Wheeler
A judge looks at individual reform
Thomas Gilbert Russell
To "become as little children"
Sharon Slaton Howell
Safe in the ark
Aaron Feuerstein on the miracle at Malden Mills
by Kim Shippey
I submit the following testimony with the utmost gratitude
Nancy O. TaVoularis
One morning when I was ready to go to work I was seized by...
Nathaniel A. Handy