Last week's Relief Society lesson was on "Being in the World, But Not of the World: In other words, being firm in keeping the commandments. The teacher gave an interesting definition of the word firm: not yielding to pressure.
We find pressure in every aspect of our lives. Whether it is to dress as the fashion mavens tell us is stylish (never mind modesty), or to live beyond our means, or to give up paying tithing in favor of buying something "fun," we experience worldly pressures.
The trouble with these things, of course, is that they do not bring happiness; they may bring a momentary pleasure, but that is all.
Joy for today: being in the world, but not of it.