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Realist or Idealist?

A realist is an idealist who has gone through the fire and been purified. A skeptic is an idealist who has gone through the fire and been burned.


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Useless Ideals

Quite frankly, I'm sick to death of ideals. I have so many ideals and I've been so frustrated by them, I really don't care for any more. What ...


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Burned or Purified?

Warren Wiersbe says that realism is idealism that has been through the fire and got purified; cynicism is idealism that has been through the fire and ...


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Reaching for the Moon

High expectations are easily stated, may be rationalized as evidence of superior spirituality, and drive most leaders nuts. It takes genuine skill and ...


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"Geronimo: An American Legend": Integrity Demands Sacrifice

Geronimo: An American Legend is based on the story of the last Indian leader to surrender to the U.S. Army. With only about 35 of his fellow Apache followers, ...


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Teachers Re-label Failure

For some time, educators have faced accusations of "dumbing down" exams in order to compensate for increasingly poor student performances.

The Professional ...


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New Religion Based on No Authority

A new religion invented by a Massachusetts psychologist has been gaining popularity over recent years. Called "Yoism," this system of beliefs is based ...


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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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The Difference Between a Realist and a Skeptic

A realist is an idealist who has gone through the fire and been purified. A skeptic is an idealist who has gone through the fire and been burned.

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The True Power of Temptation

The power of temptation is not in its appeal to our baser instincts; if that were the case, it would be natural to be repulsed by it. The power of temptation ...


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