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Seeing Things One Way

If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.


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Sensitive Demands

I took my two youngest kids to the Batavia quarry on my day off a week ago. It has a beautiful sand beach with shallow water. Or you can go out into the ...


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Pilot Shows the Promise and Peril of Being Human

On January 18, 2010, Martin Bromage set out to join a rather exclusive club—that of men and women who have circumnavigated the globe through the ...


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Photojournalist Decides It's Time to Focus on Family

For sixteen years, Lo Scalzo served as a photojournalist for U.S. News and World Report. He covered assignments in more than 60 countries, winning countless ...


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Christian Apologist Found His Calling through Limitations

The Chronicle of Higher Education featured an article about William Lane Craig, the man they called "Christian philosophy's boldest apostle." Craig has ...


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Train Driver Crashed by Ignoring Boundaries
On July 24, 2013, a train carrying 218 people in eight carriages derailed in northwestern Spain, killing 79 people and hospitalizing another 66. Shortly ...

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Too Many Vitamins Can Harm Your Body

Your mom made you take your vitamins. Without vitamins, your body would develop skeletal defects, eye impairments, dermatitis, anemia—in essence, ...


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TED Talk on Why Fish (and We) Need a Fishbowl

In his TED Talk, "The Paradox of Choice," secular psychologist Barry Schwartz claims that many of us live by this unspoken but "official dogma": maximize ...


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What the Margins on Pages Teach Us about the Margins in Our Lives

The paper used for standard letter writing and school essays is 8.5 x 11 inches, or 93.5 square inches. Most teachers require one-inch margins for class ...


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Honor the Limits that God Gave

If you see a large sailboat out on the water moving swiftly, it is because the sailor is honoring the boat's design. If she tries to take it into water ...


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