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"200-Year Anniversary of... What?"

How many Americans can name the famous event in their history that occurred on August 24, 1814—or 200 years ago, as of last Sunday.  Can you name this major milestone, which involved the United States and another dominant world power?
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Where’s Your Sense of Humor?

Lately I have had a serious “reality check.” It is not just that different individuals and cultures find different things amusing. It is that no matter what we human beings find amusing, our “sense of humor” can be used for good or evil as much as any other faculty of the human mind. The worst part is that all too quickly, we can be blindsided by the evil side of humor—and the better-developed our “sense of humor” is, the more easily we may be blindsided. We need to ask ourselves why this is so.
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The long haul

As I looked around the lovely setting that was the new Senior Citizen’s Center, I saw a lot of folks enjoying themselves. Some of them were playing cards; others were playing chess or board games.
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Smells like teen marketing

I was reading the comics today (not as much fun as it was when I was a kid, to be sure, but still a pleasant diversion in the morning) and one of the comic strips caught my eye.
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Mankind’s never-ending hope

On October 10, 2009, Guy Laliberté, the founder of "Le cirque du soleil," produced from space a show titled: "From the earth to space for water." The spectacle was to promote the awareness of water as a precious and disappearing commodity. More and more people are finding themselves in a desperate race to find water.
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The "Black Dog"

Depression plagues many people. I’m not talking about having a bad day or feeling blue, which everyone experiences now and then. The depression I’m referring to is the kind of feeling that incapacitates a person with overwhelming feelings of dark and foreboding thoughts that cannot simply be shaken off. It is the kind of depression that drives people to do desperate, often irrational things, including suicide.
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