Pig’s Paradise

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To a pig, peas are worth much more than pearls. Why?

The Fun of Falling — Part 2 of 2

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If you’ve ever shopped at Aldi, you know that to get a cart, you put a quarter in the slot and get it back when the cart is returned. After just a few trips, I learned how to make the math work in my favor.

Black Music History

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To a pig, peas are worth much more than pearls. Why?

The Fun of Falling — Part 1 of 2

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If you’ve ever shopped at Aldi, you know that to get a cart, you put a quarter in the slot and get it back when the cart is returned. After just a few trips, I learned how to make the math work in my favor.

How Frightening Are God’s Words?

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The scary thing for me is assuming that God wants what I want. Is it possible that he has a plan for the struggles I endure?

Strange Math — Part 2 of 2

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If you’ve ever shopped at Aldi, you know that to get a cart, you put a quarter in the slot and get it back when the cart is returned. After just a few trips, I learned how to make the math work in my favor.

Strange Math — Part 1 of 2

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The most important thing I learned in school was to think and ask questions even if it got me into trouble.
If my thinking wasn’t weird, it was at least unusual, different from the other kids.

Time to Pray

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As a kid, I wondered about the sign hanging on my wall: Prayer Changes Things. I understood that promise to mean my prayers would always produce results.

Pandering Prophets

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How people respond to our thoughts and questions tell us a lot about what they’re thinking. With a little practice using this “sixth sense,” we might have others believing we are clairvoyant or psychic—even divinely prophetic.

Something of Value
— Part 4 of 4

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Apart from microscopic inspection, cubic zirconia gems look just like diamonds, but they aren’t worth nearly as much. Why? Because perception of value determines the amount people are willing to pay.