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Joke about Holding Onto Grudges

An old joke. A letter to a neighbor reads:

Dear Frank. We've been neighbors for six tumultuous years. When you borrowed my tiller, you returned it in pieces. ...

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Scientist Finds Good and Evil Uses for His Invention

Fritz Haber is probably the most important person in your life that you've never heard of. He was a secularized Jew in Germany who started to make his ...


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Temptation Is Like Getting Hooked by a Fishing Lure

Recently my wife and I went fly-fishing for the first time. Our guides told us that "to catch a fish you have to think like a fish." They said that to ...


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Research Shows We Can't Walk in a Straight Line

For some reason, human beings can't walk in a straight line. There's just something about our inner orientation that causes us to walk in a crooked or ...


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Loving Your Neighbor Reasonably

Love your neighbor as yourself; but don't take down the fence.

—Carl Sandburg, American poet, novelist, and historian (1878–1967)


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Natural Does Not Always Mean Good

Many people justify their participation in a variety of behaviors by calling them "natural." However, the following quote from M. Scott Peck reveals the ...


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Battle of Two Natures

The cuckoo is a common bird in England. The first sign of spring is that bird's call. The cuckoo never builds its own nest. When it feels an egg coming ...


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Dual Nature

God had enough for a saint and a devil, and he put it all in me.


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Education Won't Change the Heart

D. L. Moody, the great American evangelist, once said, "If a man is stealing nuts and bolts from a railway track, and, in order to change him, you ...


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Catch the Music

Many people go through life as though they are wearing blinders or are sleep-walking. Their eyes are open, yet they may see nothing of their wild associates ...


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