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So Much Time Talking ... But Never Communicating
Rhea Zakich was forced not to speak for months after her doctor found polyps on her vocal cords. Although they were removed and she made a full recovery, ...
The Story of The Voice of E.T.
The voice of E.T. (Extra-Terrestrial), in Steven Spielberg's film, was something of a problem. Technicians could not come up with a voice to match ...
Italian Soccer League Criticized for Monkeys in Anti-Racism Campaign
A top official of Italy’s Serie A soccer league was forced to apologize for a recent anti-racism campaign painting, after people complained about ...
How God Used a ‘Dead in the Water’ Sermon
One afternoon while walking through the Norfolk General Hospital, Dr. Hugh Litchfield heard his name being called from across the lobby. As a man approached, ...
What Do 860 Million Words Say About You?
In a recent book, Levi Lusko writes that it takes cooperation of 72 different muscles to produce speech. On average 16,000 words come out of your mouth ...
Jerry Seinfeld's Intense Dedication to His Craft
Some people make their craft look easy, but there are often years of discipline and practice behind their craft. Consider the comedian Jerry Seinfeld. ...
How to Live the Gospel: A Lesson from Tim Keller
Pastor Scott Sauls from Nashville spent five years working with Pastor Tim Keller at New York City's Redeemer Presbyterian Church. Sauls writes that there ...
Columnist on the Complexity of Modern Life
Wall Street Journal columnist Joe Queenan recently (2016) made some funny comments on the complexity and information overload of modern life:
I bought ...
Dial 0 if You're Nervous
Have you ever gotten nervous before having to make a phone call? You aren't alone. According to an article on Yahoo Finance, "Millennials have ...
The Three Hardest Words in the English language
Can you guess what the three hardest words in the English language are? Maybe "I love you?" What about, "I trust you." Well, in their ...