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Love Is a Five-Letter Word

Alfred Lord Tennyson, one of the greatest poets in English history, wrote: “If I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk in my garden forever.” These sweet terms of endearment sadly do not reflect mankind’s universal experience. The history of mankind’s attempts to find “true love” seems instead to offer very little that stands the test of time.

The "Ten Percent" Myth

Are you achieving your brain's full potential? Are you making the most of the mind-power God has given you?

A Good Book

What do Sean Connery, Oprah Winfrey, Yao Ming, and Baby Yoda have in common? Aside from their obvious celebrity, they—along with other sports icons, TV and cinema personalities (whether real or fictional), and political figures—have all featured sometime or another on a series of “READ” posters. Sponsored by the American Library Association, “READ” posters are popular decorations for public libraries across the nation.

Let There Be Light

Always keep a flashlight handy in your home or workplace, or when you travel. Keep it accessible, and keep it powered. You never know when you might need one. This may sound like common sense 101, but light really can save your life. In fact, light is one of the most important concepts in the Bible.

It Is Your Move!

Do you play chess? Are you in the ranks of the great masters of the back row, or do you feel far removed from the “royalty” of chess legend—really not much more than a pawn (most of the time) in someone else’s game? Although some consider chess a bit too competitive, and others may think its intricacy and time-consuming nature tedious, there are some parallels between this not-so-simple game and the all-too-real game of life.