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We Are Not the Church of Chicken Little
It would be tempting, as the calendar (changes to) 2021, to view 2020 as a nightmare that will soon pass and quickly be forgotten. Take a mulligan year ...
The Cares of Life and the Kudzu Vine
The Kudzu vine was introduced into the US from Japan in 1876 as part of an ornamental plant exhibition in Philadelphia. The Kudzu vine was subsequently ...
The Risk of Falling
The risk of falling should be obvious. It is so obvious that it has become an established part of the legal system. In a recent civil case, an appeals ...
All Your Dark and Twisty Places
The film Words on Bathroom Walls tells the story of Adam, a witty, introspective teen diagnosed with a mental illness during his senior year of high school. ...
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 ...
Even At 94-Years of Age, Your Sins Will Find You Out
The arrest of a 94-year-old man living for so many decades on a quiet street in Oak Ridge, Tennessee was a wakeup call for the man's neighbors. They ...
Las Vegas is the ‘Beacon’ of Humanity
Looking at our planet from space, astronauts and satellites tell a story of startling expansion and changes. It is the story of human progress told from ...
Drug Traffickers Caught with Novelty ‘Bag Full of Drugs’
Florida Highway Patrol troopers were surprised and delighted to find that the alleged drug traffickers they pulled over had made their jobs so much easier ...
Crucial Questions About Masturbation
Of the hundreds of men I’ve counseled about their sexual addictions, not one has told me that after masturbating he felt stronger, more confident, ...
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 ...