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Nearly 80 Percent of Drivers Have Expressed 'Significant Anger'
According to a new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, nearly 80 percent of U.S. drivers expressed significant anger, aggression, or road ...
Mom Shows How Not to Help Kids with Social Media
It's difficult for parents who are trying to navigate how their children relate to social media. Here's one story about how NOT to do it. The following ...
Joke about Holding Onto Grudges
An old joke. A letter to a neighbor reads:
Dear Frank. We've been neighbors for six tumultuous years. When you borrowed my tiller, you returned it in pieces. ...
'Esquire' Claims We've Become More Angry
An article on Esquire magazine begins with this quote in bold capital letters:
WE THE PEOPLE ARE PISSED. THE BODY POLITIC IS BURNING UP. AND THE ANGER ...
Anger Is the 'Poison' of Our Planet
The actor, comedian, and author Patton Oswalt was recently asked the by The New York Times, "If you could require the president to read one book, what ...
Finding Forgiveness 43 Years Later
In 1975, suspected criminal Wendell Beard slipped out of his police handcuffs, jumped out of a police station window, and landed on the sidewalk 14 feet ...
Man Forgives His Son's Murderer
Dr. Robert Smith, a pastor and seminary professor, writes movingly of his struggle to forgive:
I remember so very well October 30th, I will never forget ...
Different Perceptions of What Makes a 'Ridge'
A story is told of a man from Colorado who came to northern Minnesota one autumn for deer hunting. The Mid-westerners who hosted him planned to "drive ...
Captain America Declares Loyalty to Friend
In the film Captain America: Winter Soldier, Captain America (Chris Evans) continues to fight Hydra, the powerful Nazi-like regime that has been pursuing ...
Judging Others is One of Our Favorite Activities
Like most of us, John Burke (pastor of Gateway Church in Austin, Texas) assumed that he was not a judgmental person. But just in case he was wrong, he ...