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Restaurant of Mistaken Orders

Shiro Oguni opened a restaurant in Shizuoka, Japan in which all the waiting staff have dementia. In a YouTube video, the owner explains his vision, “Dementia ...


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Human Alexas Are Sick and Tired of Amazon Name Bullying

Women and girls across the nation are lamenting the notoriety of their name being associated with virtual assistants. Since the release of Amazon’s ...


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In Tune with God--and Each Other

A.W. Tozer wrote:

Has it ever occurred to you that one hundred pianos all tuned to the same fork are automatically tuned to each other? They are of one ...

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The Rich and Famous Are Searching for Acceptance

Some of the most insightful secular writers of our time have pointed out that a lot of our drive in life, and a lot of our angst and dysfunction, goes ...


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Seeing Isn’t Always Believing

The radio program, This American Life, tells the story about the late writer David Rakoff, who had a hard time believing what was right in front of his ...


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20-Year-Old Adopted by Mentor

While young Cheyenne was trying to transition out of homelessness at 16, the child welfare agency told her that finding a foster home would be unlikely. ...


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8 In 10 Millennials Believe They Aren’t ‘Good Enough’

Fair or not, young adults have become a scapegoat of sorts for a myriad of societal problems and changes. What seems to be lost in this conversation is ...


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It’s Easy to Reject Jesus Now

In the classic Russian novel Eugene Onegin, a jaded aristocrat Onegin, meets an innocent young girl in the countryside. The girl, Tatyana, writes him ...


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This City Museum Is Made of Junk

Cyd Holsclaw and Geoffrey Holsclaw write in their book, Does God Really Like Me?:

A transformation by love is on full display at the City Museum in St. ...

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Kindergarten Class Shows Up for Adoption Hearing

When five-year-old Michael showed up at the courthouse for an adoption hearing with his foster parents, he found a group of surprise visitors waiting--his ...


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