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Creation Wired to Play
Author Lyall Watson, writing about the culture and habits of pigs, concludes that when young pigs play it is voluntary, random, and stimulated by novelty. ...
Taste and See that the Lord Is Good
The pleasure of taste starts with the taste buds and ends with electrical signals reaching the reward centers in the brain. This is not just true of people; ...
Beauty and Sabbath Are Reflections of God's Abundance
Beauty and Sabbath go hand in hand. Both are extravagant. Unproductive. Unnecessary. Both are reflections of God's abundance and reminders that the ...
Death Row Last Meal: The Futility of Pleasure
Viktor Frankl was an Austrian Holocaust survivor, neurologist, psychiatrist, and author. His writings on man’s search for meaning in the face of ...
Field Hockey Team Surprises Coach with Formal Wear
East Syracuse Minoa High field hockey coach Kate Harris challenged her players, who were all dedicated and focused, to loosen up a bit. Harris said, “I ...
Pro Soccer Player Made Soccer His God
In his article titled "Professional Soccer Was My God," former pro soccer player Gavin Peacock writes:
I was never going to be tall, so my dad (who was ...
Famous Writer on Life's Simple Pleasures
Herman Wouk, the 100-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Caine Mutiny, recently spoke to The Wall Street Journal about his childhood. Wouk ...
World Famous Guitarist Finds Real Purpose
Christopher Parkening, considered to be the world's greatest classical guitarist, achieved his musical dreams by the age of thirty. By then he was also ...
Former Baseball Star Gives Up His Idol
In January of 2010, Grant Desme shocked the baseball world by announcing his retirement from the game. Only 23 at the time, the second-round draft choice ...
Choosing Junction City, Kansas, Over Disney World
My pastor decided to pull a vacation surprise on his four children. "We're going to Junction City, Kansas," Peter told them. "It's where my dad used to ...