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A Kind Word Can Go A Long Way

Why are so many people reluctant to give unsolicited praise to others? It may simply be that we underestimate how well a compliment will be received and ...


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A True Man Fights the Good Fight

During the War of 1812, General Andrew Jackson marched more than two thousand Tennessee volunteers from Nashville to New Orleans. With bravado they fought ...


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What Fame Cannot Do

Paul Louis Metzger writes:

My greatest living hero is Dr. John M. Perkins, an African American evangelical Christian and civil rights leader nearly beaten ...

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Weather Update Accidentally Enlivened by Video Filters

When a reporter for an ABC affiliate tried to give an inclement weather update, he was confused by the initial response. After finding out what happened, ...


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Princeton Artist Unveils Exhibit Honoring Campus Laborers

At Princeton University, an artist has taken it upon himself to honor a group of unsung heroes with an honor usually reserved for top-level donors, former ...


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Human 'Computer' Honored in NASA Facility Renaming

A NASA facility in West Virginia was recently renamed in honor of West Virginia native Katherine Johnson, who played a pivotal role in the first US mission ...


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Honoring One Another

Soul singer Lionel Ritchie was once deeply impacted by a speech in which his father had honored his mother, on their 37th wedding anniversary. In his ...


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Actress Gives First Class Seat to Serviceman

The Comedian Louis CK has a routine in which he jokes about having the impulse to give up his first class airline seat to a soldier. Louis CK says,

[Service ...

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Feminist Writer Praises Contributions of Men

In a recent TIME magazine editorial, the self-described feminist Camille Paglia called for an end to what she called our culture's habit of "demonizing ...


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World War II 'Enemies' Forge Unique Bond

In December 1943, German fighter pilot Franz Stigler was in pursuit of American bomber pilot Charlie Brown's plane, looking to shoot it down. If he did, ...


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