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Father’s Example Helps His Son with Life’s Questions

Timothy Dalrymple, 34, editor of Patheos.com, was the NCAA's top-ranked gymnast as a sophomore at Stanford until a broken neck ended his career. In ...

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Realistic Masks Used to Commit Crimes

It appears that the criminal mind, which seems never to sleep, has devised a new approach to its craft—silicone masks, with a degree of "ultra ...

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Waitress's Kindness Rewarded

Every day, for close to seven years, Walter "Buck" Swords cursed and stomped his feet in his favorite restaurant, Luby's Cafeteria, demanding ...

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Lying Takes More Brain Energy

A study at Temple University School of Medicine found that lying takes more brain energy than telling the truth. Participants were divided into two groups. ...

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Living an Open Life

Live so that you wouldn't be ashamed to sell the family parrot to the town gossip.

—Will Rogers, actor, writer, and speaker, 1879–1935

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Amish Continue to Show Forgiveness

On October 2, 2006, Charles Roberts walked into an Amish schoolhouse, dismissed all but ten young girls, and proceeded to shoot them before fatally shooting ...

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Sons Don't Live Up to Their Names

In their fascinating book, Freakonomics, economists Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner point out that one of the first acts of parental power comes in the ...

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What Guests Notice About Our Homes

Good Housekeeping magazine listed the five most-common things guests notice when they enter our homes.

First, they spy piles of mail laying around, so ...

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Pepsi Demonstrates Integrity

Who says there's no integrity in the business world? In the spring of 2006, an administrative assistant at Coca Cola's Atlanta headquarters left ...

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Women Build Auto Parts Company on Integrity

In 1978, two women began their own business—Wetherill Associates, Inc—in an industry not typically associated with female entrepreneurs: automobile ...

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