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ABC Affiliate Cancels Monday Newscast for Trauma Seminar

In late September, Mike Warner, a photojournalist for Portland’s KATU News, tweeted an announcement: “NO NEWS MONDAY … just a heads ...


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Beethoven and the Gift of Silence

In 1801, at the age of 30, Ludwig van Beethoven complained about his diminishing hearing: “From a distance I do not hear the high notes of the instruments ...


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Ryan Reynolds Models Mental Health Candor

In recognition of May as Mental Health Awareness Month, comedic actor and action hero Ryan Reynolds posted to his Instagram a short missive on his connection ...


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Awe Can Quiet Your Stress

Jennifer Stellar, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, has an ingenious plan to conduct "spring cleaning for your mind." ...


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Son Regrets Not Saying More While Dad Was Alive

The song The Living Years by Mike +The Mechanics was released in 1988 and became a worldwide hit. It was nominated for four Grammy awards and was written ...


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Escaping the Cult of Productivity

Nina Rudnick directs a non-profit that used to have her constantly immersed in her work. On a typical day, she’ll herd her 3-year-old son out of ...


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Failing to Pause for Fuel

Author Lillian Guild tells an amusing story of an occasion when she and her husband were driving along and happened to notice a late-model Cadillac with ...


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Why Your Brain Hates Slowpokes

Are you impatient with slowpokes and frustrated by waiting? If so, you will identify with what Chelsea Wald wrote in a recent article:

Not long ago I diagnosed ...

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Slow Walking with Jesus

Consider this point made by W. E. Adams, C. S. Lewis' spiritual director for a season:

We can advance along the road to perfection only by walking ...

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Stats on Our Highly Distracted Age

We’re living in an extraordinarily distracted age. It’s impacting society, and chances are it's impacting you. Did you know …?

64% ...

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