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Man Turns Land into Place Where Fellow Veterans Can Heal

John Mahshie said he felt “alone and isolated” after leaving the Air Force in 2008, yet “sucked it up and pressed on.” He knew ...


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Burger King Urges Customers to Order from McDonald’s Instead

Burger King has urged their customers to order from competitors after more coronavirus lockdown measures were put in place. In a statement released on ...


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Christians are the Light of the World

In his recent documentary titled Light On Earth, David Attenborough tells of an unbelievable experience of the S.S. Lima. On January 25, 1995, as this ...


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Focusing on a Common Mission Brings People Together

Amy Chua's recent book tells the story of Carl Marlantes, a marine Lieutenant who served in Vietnam, who observed how the military creates unity among ...


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Researchers Struggle to Define Friendship

The New York Times recently featured an article exploring our current confusion about friendship. "Ask people to define friendship—even [experts ...


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The Lack of Platonic Touch—'Killing' Men?

American culture—along with many more reserved European nations—is not comfortable with simple touch between men. While many global cultures ...


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A Lesson on Community from The Lord of the Rings

A lot has been said about the little brotherhood of hobbits tasked with saving Middle Earth in The Lord of The Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien. Much of ...


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Viewing a Friend—and Even God—As an Enemy

In an article for ChristianityToday.com entitled "Our Divine Distortion," Christian songwriter Carolyn Arends shared a personal story that shows how easy ...


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Are Your Facebook Friends Really Your Friends?

In a New York Times magazine article, Hal Niedzviecki reflected on social media sites—specifically, Facebook. Soon after starting a Facebook account, ...


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Harvard Studies Happiness

In 1937, a researcher at Harvard University began a study (originally named The Harvard Study of Adult Development) on what factors contribute to human ...


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