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Gifts Which Are Difficult to Accept

Tim Keller writes:

Imagine an aging man whose hearing is failing but who is in denial about it. He usually complains that it is other people who are mumbling. ...

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Stop Being Ashamed of Weakness

Ian Marcus Corbin from Harvard Medical School has interviewed numerous stroke patients. He observes that far too many stroke patients "consign themselves ...


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Failure Is Much More Common than Success

In his book, Break Open the Sky, Steven Bauman writes:

Despite our near-phobic fear of failure, the facts suggest that it's actually a common, almost universal, ...


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50 Least Powerful People in the World

Every year the website Wall Street 24/7 runs their list of the "50 Least Powerful People in the World." This year's list included an intro that could ...


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Professor Posts a 'Failure Resume'

We all have failures in our careers. But usually we keep quiet about it. Not this Princeton professor, who recently shared his CV of failures on Twitter ...


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A Historian Examines the Shame of the Cross

History Today magazine took a close look at the shame of Roman crucifixion. The author recognized its reputation: "It was death deserved by the most unworthy ...


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Imprisoned Chinese Christian Experiences God's Power

Chinese Christian leader Brother Zhong tells this story:

I was attending a training course for my house church network's council members and youth ...

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Internet Exhibitionists Hunger for Attention

The Internet provides opportunity for people to put themselves on display—and they do in a variety of ways. At one site alone, over four million people ...


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Saddam Hussein's Humiliation

Newsweek provided this description of the dethroned Saddam Hussein:

In a part of the world where pride and dignity mean everything, the images were clearly ...

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Journalist's Motivation for Fabricating Articles

The New York Times printed an article (5-07-03) about Stephen Glass, who was fired by the New Republic five years ago for "fabricating details in ...


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