If you were to make a list of the most bustling cities in the world, I imagine that Hong Kong would appear somewhere in the top 10 or 20. So not only does the cover article in this month’s Ensign go to Hong Kong to discuss rising above life’s stresses, but it is also based on interviews with members a demographic group that, arguably, has some of the highest stress levels: young single adults. In “Making Time to Be Holy,” these young people give some pretty good advice on how to maintain a sense of sacredness and spirituality in our lives. They really do have a lesson to teach us all about sacrifice and centering our lives on the Savior. As one of them says, “To become holy, we must sacrifice our will, our desires.” And another: “We would receive more blessings if we were more willing to obey.” Read the article, and see what you think about their solutions to stress.
Posted on June 6, 2008 by mormonmagmeister