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Pac Man Junkie Finds Relief

"I never have to play that game again."

—Billy Mitchell, 33, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, expressing relief after he became the first person ever ...


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"Jack Frost": How Parents Leave Their Mark on the World

Set in snowy, central Colorado, Jack Frost is an adaptation of the Christmas song "Frosty the Snowman." Michael Keaton plays a dad named Jack Frost, who ...


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Carried by Others

The Jewish poet and storyteller Noah ben Shea tells a parable that serves as a valuable reminder of the roles we play in life:

After a meal, some children ...

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Baseball Great Gary Carter Gives Thanks

Gary Carter was accepted into Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, on July 27, 2003. In his acceptance speech, Carter said:

I ...

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Beethoven Writes Great Music Though Deaf

Widely regarded as the greatest composer ever, Beethoven began losing his hearing at age 31 and was completely deaf 16 years later.

As he became more ...


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"The Two Towers": Desire to Live Courageously

In the film Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Sauron's dark forces begin to overcome peaceful Middle Earth. The hope for Middle Earth lies in the hands ...


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Martin Luther King's Greatest Achievement

Not long before his death, Martin Luther King Jr. spoke to the congregation at Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church:

If any of you are around when I have ...

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Hemingway Found Pleasure Meaningless

Ernest Hemingway, born in 1899, was the epitome of the twentieth-century man. At age 25 he sipped champagne in Paris, and later had well-publicized game ...


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High School Quarterback Prizes Integrity Above Record

As seventeen-year-old Nate Hassis left the football field on Saturday, October 25, 2003, the senior quarterback at Springfield Southeast High School was ...


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Rick Hanson's Cloud of Witnesses

From 1985 to 1987, Rick Hanson, a paraplegic athlete, circled the globe on his wheelchair to raise awareness of and money for spinal cord research.

It ...


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