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Who's Master?

Whatever injury wicked men-in-power inflict upon good men is to be regarded ... as a test for the good man's virtues. Thus, a good man, though a slave, ...


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"Crimes and Misdemeanors": Doctor Regrets Adultery

In the movie Crimes and Misdemeanors Judah Rosenthal (Martin Landau) is an esteemed husband and father in a desperate situation because of his adultery. ...


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Bitter Man Chooses to Forgive Longtime Enemy

My friend Steve warned me that he didn't believe in forgiveness. "God could never forgive me," he said. "Okay, maybe he could forgive 70 percent of my ...


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We're Like Children Who Can't Stop Being Bad

In her book, Acedia & me, Kathleen Norris writes, "I have become like the child I once knew who emerged one morning from a noisy, chaotic Sunday-school ...


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How Hunters Tempt and Nab Wary Ducks

The story is told of a certain African tribe that learned an easy way to capture ducks in a river. Catching their agile and wary dinner would be a feat ...


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TV Commercial Trades Oppression for Addiction

A powerful 60-second TV commercial depicts Mexico's long march out of poverty and oppression. At the beginning of the ad, thousands of Mexicans, men and ...


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Farmer Captures Bull with Vodka-soaked Grain

For six months, a German farmer near Regensburg tried in vain to capture his runaway bull. The bull had escaped during the summer and hid out in the Bavarian ...


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Man Robs Same Store 15 Years Apart

In 1999, 25-year-old Christopher Miller was arrested after he forced employees into the back room of the Stride Rite shoe store on Hooper Avenue in Toms ...


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Freed Soldiers Learn to Trust Rescuer's Voice

On January 28, 1945, as World War II was groaning to a close, 121 elite Army Rangers liberated over 500 POWs, mostly Americans, from a Japanese prisoner ...


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Former Inmate Starts to Miss His Prison Cell

Before walking out of jail a free man in February, Albert Woodfox spent 43 years almost without pause in an isolation cell, becoming the longest standing ...


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