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Michelangelo's Final Work Didn't Achieve Greatness

Michelangelo's final work was called Rondanini Pietà, on which he worked for ten years. Giorgio Vasari, a contemporary of Michelangelo, wrote ...

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Woody Allen Reflects on Old Age and Death

A 2012 interview with the actor and film director Woody Allen states that "Allen has been confronting the horror of mortality … since he was five." ...

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Steve Jobs on the Power of Death to Help Us Live Now

When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: "If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you'll most certainly be right." It made ...

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Judgment for a Crime Measured by the One Against Whom It Is Committed

Colin Smith addresses people who object to God's judgment on sin:

You may say, "Wait a minute. How can any sin deserve everlasting destruction? If God ...

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Man Blogs about His Own Death

"Here it is. I'm dead, and this is my last post to my blog." Those are the first words of the final blog post written by Derek Miller at www.penmachine.com. ...

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What Most Would Put on Their Bucket List

A BMW survey asked 1,000 U.S. adults to identify what they include on their bucket list—i.e. a list of things they would want to do before they ...

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A Faith That Does Not Shrink from Death

We have a faith that does not shrink from death. The fundamental concern of our faith is both to reveal with fearsome accuracy the nature of death, and ...

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Not Dead—Asleep

Every once in a while, you hear a stunning story about loved ones who are notified of a death in the family that hasn't actually happened. In this case, ...

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Japanese Man Who Survived Two Atomic Bombs Dies at 93

You've probably heard the saying, "He was in the wrong place at the wrong time." That can be said emphatically of the Japanese man Tsutomu Yamaguchi. ...

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Pilot Shows the Promise and Peril of Being Human

On January 18, 2010, Martin Bromage set out to join a rather exclusive club—that of men and women who have circumnavigated the globe through the ...

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