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What Actor Steve Martin Learned About Jealousy
Mara Reinstein writes in Parade Magazine:
We met Steve Martin years ago as a banjo-playing comic with an arrow through his head singing "King Tut." ...
Tolkien’s 'Lord of the Rings' Received Brutal Criticisms
Despite the massive popularity of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit in the Lord of the Rings in book and film versions, over the years, the books have ...
Ways Your Smartphone Is Changing You
Tony Reinke’s book, 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You, makes explicit what many of us feel bubbling under the surface: Quietly, subtly, our phones ...
President Lincoln Wasn’t Tied to ‘Opinion Polls’
Wall Street Journal writer Joseph Epstein notes that the opinion poll has been around for more than a century. They gained authority in the 1940s with ...
The Danger of Pursuing Social Media Fame
Unlike Macaulay Culkin, who starred in the famous Christmas movie Home Alone, his younger brother Kieran turned down multiple opportunities to be a child ...
Demi Lovato: ‘Living for Affirmation Does Not Fill the Void in Our Heart’
Demi Lovato and the Australian singer/songwriter Sam Fisher recently collaborated on a piece titled “What Other People Say” that reveals this ...
A Kind Word Can Go A Long Way
Why are so many people reluctant to give unsolicited praise to others? It may simply be that we underestimate how well a compliment will be received and ...
Winston Churchill Was Unloved by His Father
R. Kent Hughes writes:
There are some fathers who are sarcastic and constantly criticize their sons. I think of a certain little boy when I coached soccer. ...
All-Star Bo Jackson’s Emotionally Distant Father
There is the kind of dad who is stable and consistent, who provides for his family, who wouldn't dream of abandoning or abusing his family—but ...
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 ...