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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 ...


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Doing This One Thing Adds Years to Your Life

Recent studies have shown that doing this one thing can add years to a person’s life and is an accurate prediction of how fulfilling their marriage ...


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Conversations About Faith Helps Young People Stay Connected to Jesus

Understanding the connection between faith and work is critical, not only for adults, but also for students. A recent Barna study called “Faith ...


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J.S. Bach Accepts a Humbler Path

Consider the case of Johann Sebastian Bach. Born in 1685 to a long line of prominent musicians in Germany, Bach quickly distinguished himself as a musical ...


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8 In 10 Millennials Believe They Aren’t ‘Good Enough’

Fair or not, young adults have become a scapegoat of sorts for a myriad of societal problems and changes. What seems to be lost in this conversation is ...


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New Research on Happiness Parallels Biblical Principles

In the late 1990s, Martin Seligman, the president of the American Psychological Association, noted psychology’s emphasis on the negative side of ...


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Would One Million Yen Make You Happy?

A Japanese billionaire, Yusaku Maezawa, is offering to give 1,000 Twitter followers 1 million yen, or $9,000, each. Almost anybody was eligible to receive ...


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Secular Values that Christians Already Have Covered

A recent article in Psychology Today is entitled “10 Signs You Know What Matters.” In it psychology professor Stephen Hayes writes on the ...


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The Four Qualities of Grateful People

There are four qualities that distinguish highly grateful people from less grateful people. They experience gratitude:

(1) More intensely for a positive ...

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Gratitude is the Exclamation Point in our Life Story

Author Christopher de Vinck writes:

Gratitude is the exclamation point after the narration of our lives. Whether we are grateful for big things (life, ...

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