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Elderly Woman Cuts Web Access to Two Countries

An elderly woman was scavenging for copper to sell as scrap when she accidentally sliced through an underground cable and cut off internet services to ...


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God Uses Broken Lives

When David Schwartz left his university in 1972, he set up Rent-a-Wreck as a joke. Being a natural prankster, he acquired a fleet of beat-up shabby vehicles ...


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How Dogs and Humans Learn Helplessness

In his best-selling book Essentialism, author Greg McKeown describes how we develop a sense of what’s called “learned helplessness.”


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Famous Poet Describes His Capacity for Evil

Walt Whitman, one of the greatest of American poets writes in, "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" of his capacity for evil:

I am he who knew what it was ...

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The Man Who Robs Art Museums

Stephane Breitwieser is “perhaps the most prolific art thief in history,” said Michael Finkel in GQ. The Frenchman has robbed more than $1.4 ...


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British Atheist Loves the Concept of Original Sin

In a recent interview, Alain de Botton, a famous British atheist, said, "I love the concept of original sin, the idea that we're all fundamentally broken ...


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Trapped Chilean Miners Rescued from Deep Down Dark

In Deep Down Dark, Hector Tobar tells the story of 33 Chilean miners who were trapped 2,000 feet below the surface for 69 days. They had to live in the ...


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'National Geographic' on Why We Lie

In the fall of 1989 Princeton University welcomed into its freshman class a young man named Alexi Santana, whose life story the admissions committee had ...


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'People' Magazine Tries to Make a 'Sindex'

People magazine once undertook a part-serious, part-tongue-in-cheek survey of its readers on the subject of sin. The results were published as a "Sindex," ...


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Tim Keller: Being a 'Good Person' Isn't Enough

We often hear someone say: "Well, I'm not very religious, but I'm a good person and that is what is most important." But is that true? Imagine a woman, ...


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