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People Can’t Say ‘Goodbye’ Anymore
People can’t say goodbye anymore,” writes the poet Les Murray. “They say last hellos.”
In his book A Severe Mercy, Sheldon Vanauken ...
Patient Tells Doctor He Hasn’t Been Touched in Years
While working in India, Doctor Paul Brand, who pioneered the modern treatment of leprosy, once laid his hand on a patient's shoulder. Then, through ...
Hearing the Voice of Her Departed Husband
For over half a century, the voice of Oswald Laurence was heard on the Underground Transit System in London. He made a simple but needed public safety ...
This Password Changed a Life
One morning Mauricio Estrella walked into the office, sat down at his desk, and was greeted with the message: “Your password has expired. Click ...
Woman Becomes Dishwasher at Senior Care Facility to See Her Husband
Mary Daniel hadn't seen her husband for 114 days due to coronavirus restrictions at the senior care facility where he lives. Her husband, Steve, was ...
High-Tech Way to Cope with Death
A South Korean virtual reality (VR) company has recently undertaken the challenging task of reuniting a mother with her deceased daughter in VR. Jang ...
The Church Is the Conscience of the State
"The church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state but rather the conscience of the state. It must be the guide and the ...
The Power of Touch for NBA Teams
Dr. Dacher Keltner, a professor of psychology and the scientific adviser for Pixar's film Inside Out, claims that human touch is the "the foundations ...
Brainwashed by Jesus or the World?
A friend of mine described the reaction when he went home, as a young teenager, and announced to his mother that he'd become a Christian. Alarmed, she ...
Warnings About Sharks and Hell
British evangelist Rico Tice says, "Loving people means warning people." He illustrates with the following personal story:
I was once in Australia visiting ...