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Ignoring the Counter-coaching in a Paintball Contest

A few summers ago I watched our 18-year-old son participate in a real X-ball paintball tournament. With sophisticated paintball guns that shoot 13 paintballs ...


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Husband Drives Away and Forgets His Wife

The story, published in a British newspaper, began with the following sentence: "Heartfelt commiseration to Dorothy Naylor of Plymouth, whose recent daytrip ...


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Author Asks If 'We' Are Present during the Lord's Supper

In the [distracted] digital age, it may be the case that the classical debates about the presence of Jesus Christ in the [Lord's Supper] have been inverted. ...


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Puzzle Shows Our Need to Slow Down and Pay Attention

In his book Thinking, Fast and Slow, the Nobel Prize winning economist Daniel Kahneman uses a simple puzzle to show the importance of slowing down and ...


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Young Boy Feels the Pain of His Father's Emotional Absence

One of the deepest memories I have of my father is when we would have breakfast together. We'd each pour a bowl of cornflakes and sit at the same table, ...


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Researchers Identify the Tyranny of Too Many Choices

A number of recent books and articles have noted the explosion of choices that we face in many facets of our lives. Consider the following examples:


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Preacher's Rifle Shot Goes in One Ear and Out the Other

Three friends decided to go deer hunting together: a lawyer, a doctor, and a preacher. As they were walking, along came a big buck. The three of them ...


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Coach Bear Bryant Urges His Players to Stay Alert

Paul "Bear" Bryant is widely considered to be one of the greatest college football coaches of all time. Bryant's record in 38 years at Maryland, Kentucky, ...


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Frank Lloyd Wright on Paying Attention

The renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright once told of an incident that perhaps seemed insignificant at the time, but had a profound influence on the ...


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The Huge Growth of High-Risk Sports

An article in More Intelligent Life magazine explores how dangerous, risk-taking activities are becoming a big business. The article notes, "Adrenaline ...


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