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Chief Rabbi: When Judaism Is Easy People Lose Faith

Jonathan Sacks, the former Chief Rabbi of Great Britain, once referenced what he called the "counter-intuitive phenomena of Jewish history"—a phenomena ...

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Advice from Famous American Architect: Make Big Plans

David Burnham was an American architect who developed the master plans for a number of cities including Chicago and downtown Washington D.C. He also designed ...

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Breaking Through Our Fears to Serve Christ

Gary Haugen, the founder of International Justice Mission, a Christian organization that frees people trapped in sex trafficking, describes God's ...

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Children Pressured to Be Normal

For more than 30 years, Gordon Mackenzie worked at Hallmark, eventually convincing the company to create a special title for him: "creative paradox." ...

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Steinbeck Found America Content with Mediocrity

In his book When I Relax I Feel Guilty, Tim Hansel addresses our tendency toward mediocrity:

Late in his life John Steinbeck, winner of the Nobel Prize, ...

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True Artists Require Passion

People who don't care one way or another aren't artists. Artists who "can take or leave it" don't create much art. The prerequisite ...

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Jesus Made Plows That Lasted

One interesting scene in The Passion of the Christ shows Jesus finishing a table. In it, Jesus is depicted as having a commitment to putting out an excellent ...

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An Ant Caught in Traffic

For twenty-two years I drove the Chicago area expressways. On the Eisenhower Expressway you have six lanes going in and six lanes coming out. I often ...

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The Cult of Mediocrity

I fear that we in the mass media are creating such a market for mediocrity that we've diminished the incentive for excellence. We celebrate notoriety ...

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Uninspiring Mediocrity

Half-heartedness and mediocrity don't inspire anybody to do anything.

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