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Americans Spend Far More Time on Their Smartphones Than They Think
If you wonder why you never have any time to do anything, you might want to look at the culprit that is causing the time suck: Your smartphone. A new ...
How Long Have You Lived?
While teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Tony Campolo once turned an ordinary lecture into an unforgettable lesson. He asked an unsuspecting ...
Harvard Study Uncovers the Key to the Happiest Life
A famous study followed hundreds of men who graduated from Harvard from 1939 to 1944 throughout their lives, into their 90s. The researchers wanted to ...
Inspiration for Imitators
Tim Challies writes:
Every now and again Aileen gets into cooking shows. Every time she does, it works out well for me. And for the kids. It could be Top ...
Nothing Wrong, Lame, or Corny About Being Wholesome
There seems to be a pervasive idea today that if you have a moral center you are somehow robbing yourself of experiencing life. Fortunately, there are ...
The Rich Steal More Than the Poor
Evidence suggests that the rich steal more than the poor. Although shoplifting transcends categories, the rich actually do steal more than the poor. The ...
Las Vegas is the ‘Beacon’ of Humanity
Looking at our planet from space, astronauts and satellites tell a story of startling expansion and changes. It is the story of human progress told from ...
Christians are the Light of the World
In his recent documentary titled Light On Earth, David Attenborough tells of an unbelievable experience of the S.S. Lima. On January 25, 1995, as this ...
Actor Andrew Garfield’s Openness to any Impulse
Rolling Stone magazine reported Angels in America actor Andrew Garfield is trying to live his life as openly as possible--including when it comes to his ...
Are McMansions Making People Any Happier?
The Atlantic recently ran an article that calls attention to the fact that American homes are a lot bigger than they used to be. In 1973, when the Census ...