President Ezra Taft Benson said, “Clearly understood goals bring our lives into focus just as a magnifying glass focuses a beam of light into one burning point. Without goals our efforts may be scattered and unproductive.” When a couple has a common goal to reach, they have the opportunity to cheer each other on and encourage each other to reach the goal. Whether it is getting to the Temple, getting out of debt, finding a job, moving, even going to school.

So far, with the encouragement that I receive from someone who loves me, and the balance that is happening, I am reaching my goals. Personally, I feel that I do not want to bring any debt into a marriage. I do not want my companion to have to worry about something that I created by making an unwise choice for me. There is still some, but it is not…

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