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Honoring Our Gifts

Actor Charlie Hunnam has recently begun a transition to writing. About to turn 40, he had reached a place in life for some evaluation. Hunnam knew he ...


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6 Personalities Every Business Needs to Thrive

Assembling your office team is like putting together a puzzle. To succeed, you need to find the proper combination of complementary talents. Hiring a ...


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The Power of a Child’s Art

Sally-Lloyd Jones, the author of the popular Jesus Storybook Bible for Children, tells the following story about visiting the Museum of Modern Art in ...


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Woman Attempting Suicide Is Saved by Sumo Wrestlers

Japan’s been seeing some very encouraging drops in its suicide rates recently, but that doesn’t mean that the country has completely solved ...


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The Miracle of the Mundane

Author Heather Havrilesky writes about finding meaning in the mundaneness of everyday life using Mozart as the example:

Mozart’s father, Leopold, ...

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One of the Worst Hitters in Baseball is a Hot Commodity

In February 2019, The Wall Street Journal called Major League Baseball player Jeff Mathis one of the most hotly anticipated free agents in baseball. But ...


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British Army Targets Millennials by Defying Stereotypes

Facing a significant downtick in recruitment, the British Army has launched a unique campaign to engage young people between 16 and 25 who may be looking ...


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J.R.R Tolkien's Story about Gifts and Talents

In J.R.R. Tolkien's (The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings) lesser-known short story "Smith of Wootton Major," Tolkien has a profound insight ...


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Boy with Rare Disease and Rare Gift Declares God's Goodness

Anson Hui is eleven-years-old. At the age of three, he was diagnosed with Glycogen Storage Disease (GSD), meaning his body can't break down or store sugars. ...


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A Lesson from the Life of the "Tone-Deaf Diva"

Florence Foster Jenkins, a soprano, loved to sing—especially the great operatic classics. She inherited money when she was in her 50s, which funded ...


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