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Having Money Increases ‘Mean’ Behavior

Paul Piff, a professor at University of California, Irvine, studies how money influences humans' relationships with one another. His striking conclusion ...


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You're Not as Virtuous as You Think

A 1961 research project asked ordinary people to send extremely painful electric shocks to a stranger. (Unbeknownst to the participants, the fake shocks ...


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This is the Age of the Narcissist

In "The Era of the Narcissist," Aaron Kheriaty points out the self-absorption of our era:

Of all the amazing features of the medieval cathedrals, one feature ...

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The Potent Poison of Pride

According to the National Geographic website (their kids' version that is) the Pufferfish can inflate into a ball shape to evade predators. Also known ...


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Believing We Drive Better Than We Do

Who's a good driver? Everyone is, if you ask them. That's the finding of an American Automobile Association survey published February 2017 that found ...


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'NY Times' Article Asks, 'When Did Humility Get So Vainglorious?'

An article in the New York Times observes how "humility is not what it used to be." As a matter of fact, it may be the exact opposite of what it used ...


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The Religion That Brings People the Greatest Happiness

In a question and answer period after one of his lectures, C.S. Lewis was asked which of the world's religions gives its followers the greatest happiness. ...


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High-Wire Walker on the Dangers of Invincibility

The Walk is the 2015 motion picture, and true story, about high-wire artist Philippe Petit. In 1974 he fulfilled his dream of walking between the World ...


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Corporate America's New Trend: Humility

According The Wall Street Journal, there's a new fad among top-level business executives—it's called humility. The article titled "The ...


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A Cultural Shift on Pride

In an NPR interview, David Brooks, author of The Road to Character, observes how differently we deal with promoting our own success. Brooks said:

The day ...

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