Monthly Archives: August 2016

You Can’t Ignore Ignorance

  In March of 1994 a German tourist checked into a hotel near Miami International Airport. That night in his room he noticed a foul odor. But travelers must put up with discomforts, so he slept in the bed that … Continue reading

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Sound Doctrine / Sound Living

A Peanuts cartoon pictured Lucy and Linus looking out the window at a steady downpour of rain. “Boy,” said Lucy, “look at it rain. What if it floods the whole world?” “It will never do that,” Linus replied confidently. “In … Continue reading

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It’s All in the Way You Look At It

  David, a second-grader, was bumped while getting on the school bus and suffered a two-inch cut on his cheek. At recess, he collided with another boy and lost two teeth. At noon, while sliding on the ice, he fell … Continue reading

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Educating the Uneducated

A ninth-grade boy walked out of the classroom with a grim look on his face. His principal was passing by and noticed the boy’s expression. Encountering the student, the principal inquired, “And how are we today?” “Awful!” the boy replied. … Continue reading

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