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C. S. Lewis: "You Have Never Talked to a Mere Mortal"

Remember that the dullest and most uninteresting person you talk to may one day be a creature which, if you saw it now, you would strongly be tempted ...


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The Teacher Who Couldn't Read

Do you ever feel that if anyone found out the truth about you, you'd be finished? Do you go through life basically trying to convince others that you ...


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Loving Your Neighbor Reasonably

Love your neighbor as yourself; but don't take down the fence.

—Carl Sandburg, American poet, novelist, and historian (1878–1967)


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Can Humanity Heal Itself?

In 2006, Yoko Ono placed a full-page ad in the New York Times calling for December 8—the anniversary of John Lennon's death—to be made a global ...


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Heroic Rescue in New York Subway

After entering a New York City subway station in the first week of 2007, 19-year-old film student Cameron Hollopeter suffered a seizure while waiting ...


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Children Pressured to Be Normal

For more than 30 years, Gordon Mackenzie worked at Hallmark, eventually convincing the company to create a special title for him: "creative paradox." ...


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Crime-Free Island Rocked by Burglary

The tiny island town of Colonsay, Scotland (population 130), is home to a smattering of small businesses. The lone school has eleven students. There is ...


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Mother Teresa's Deformed Feet

Shane Claiborne, who spent a summer in the slums of Calcutta with Mother Teresa, wrote the following about one of his experiences there:

People often ask ...

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Young Amish Girl Offered Her Life for Classmates

October 2, 2006, was a dark day for the Amish community of Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania. That morning, a local milkman named Charles Carl Roberts barricaded ...


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Philosopher Envisions Godless Society as Ideal

In its ideal form, the culture of liberalism would be one that was enlightened, secular, through and through. It would be one in which no trace of divinity ...


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