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Future Predictions for the Year 2000

In the year 1900, a German chocolate company released 12 postcards predicting what life would be like 100 years in the future. So how close were they ...


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A New Year's Challenge

It is a mistake to be always turning back to recover the past. The law for Christian living is not backward, but forward; not for experiences that lie ...


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A New Year's Challenge

It is a mistake to be always turning back to recover the past. The law for Christian living is not backward, but forward; not for experiences that lie ...


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Keep Making a Little Progress

Follow with me a 90-year-old man bent with the weight of his years; slow of step, with stooped and rounded shoulders. It is early morning, and he's in ...


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Throwing Away the Past

In an essay titled "Good Guys Finish First (Sometimes)," Andrew Bagnato told the following story:

Following a rags-to-riches season that led them to the ...


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Burning the Past

Years ago a thunderstorm came through southern Kentucky at the farm where my Claypool forebears have lived for six generations. In the orchard, the wind ...


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How to Be a Survivor

You've seen a bumper sticker that says, "I'm a Pearl Harbor survivor." The unique thing about this bumper sticker was I saw it on the back of a Toyota ...


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When Progress Isn't

Every age has its illusions. History is merely a portrait of the past that reflects the myths of the present. ... Those born early in this century were ...


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Useful Natural Principles

Principles Comenius Observed in Nature Applicable to Education:

1. Nature observes a suitable time.

2. Nature prepares the material, before she begins ...


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Unfinished Business

We live in a small house, so even little messes seem big. Recently, I looked at my sewing projects and thought, If my child left this mess, I'd be mad. ...


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