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Brad Pitt on the American Dream

In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, celebrity Brad Pitt reflected on his lead role in the movie Fight Club, which is about a man who has the ...

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Math Test Humbles the Brainiest Students

In Time Lev Grossman writes:

Every year on the first Saturday in December, twenty-five hundred of the most brilliant college students in North America ...

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Supermodels Suffer for External Beauty

In a joint interview, supermodels Kim Alexis, Carol Alt, and Beverly Johnson—who collectively have appeared on more than 2,000 magazine covers—spoke ...

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The Giver's Big Hands

A young boy went to the local store with his mother. The shop owner, a kindly man, passed him a large jar of suckers and invited him to help himself to ...

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Keep Moving

I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving: To reach the port of heaven, we must sail sometimes ...

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Real Consistency

The only way to be "truly" consistent is as a non-Christian. If we are to be Christians at all, we will be inconsistent ones. We will be right ...

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Persevering to the Finish Line

Runner's World (8/91) told the story of Beth Anne DeCiantis's attempt to qualify for the 1992 Olympic Trials marathon. A female runner must complete ...

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The Mystery of God

I think there are two very heartening things about our day. First, we are all admitting we need some answers. That in itself is encouraging. We are asking. ...

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Lessons from the Ladder

We are told that when Jacob set out to journey from Beersheba to Haran, he stopped at a certain place for the night and had a dream. What did he dream? ...

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Better to Dare

Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy ...

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