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Knowing a person starts from listening to his/her story

I was touched by many true stories shared by people through StoryCorps, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to connect all people through sharing their stories. During research and writing the news about the recent Live event of StoryCorps in St. Paul, I came across a story that a 10-year-old ...

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The Opinions of Others: Should it Matter?

Everybody got something to say about everything. Yet half of the time, it’s much ado about nothing. It’s for us to pass the opinions of others through the sieve of our minds, and sift out the junk that doesn’t make sense. The opinions of others can either help us up ...

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Staggering Bible Statistics: The Miracle of God’s Word

Interestingly enough, two people can witness the exact same event and come away with two very different versions of what happened. Two children can be raised in the same home, under the exact same rules and expectations and can turn out entirely different. My husband and I like to tell ...

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How to Influence Your Kids’ Behavior

For decades, law makers, scientists, parents and teachers have debated the impact of violent movies and video games on behavior. In 1972, the Surgeon General actually issued this statement: “It is clear to me that the causal relationship between televised violence and antisocial behavior is sufficient to warrant appropriate and ...

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Does Integrity Matter in the Oval Office?

Even as news was breaking regarding the newly disclosed emails of our former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton walked onto the stage at the EMILY’S List Gala. The news reports were explosive dark clouds of suspicion descending on the presumed fulfillment of her “Madam President” campaign launched in 2013. Even ...

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