That Was The Way He Was

Sergeant Dennis Weichel, 29, of the Rhode Island National Guard, was riding in a convoy in eastern Afghanistan when some children were spotted in the road ahead, picking up shell casings, which are recycled for money. The soldiers in the convoy got out of their vehicles to get the children out of the way of […]

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Give Up on Nobody

Warren Buffett, whose net worth is estimated at over $40 billion, has pledged that his money will go to charity when he dies. But he’s also funneling millions to charity now—simply by selling a lunch meeting. In 2000, Buffett began the annual auction on eBay with the proceeds going to the Glide Foundation, an organization […]

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To Give His Life

Ever stopped to think why it feels so good to serve others? To do good for our communities and be a positive influence in society? Why is there a natural sense of wanting to help and feel the satisfaction of knowing we have contributed for someone else’s gain. A mother came to Jesus one day […]

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Soles & Souls

Several years ago, young entrepreneur Blake Mycoskie founded his own company called TOMS Shoes. While competing on the second season of the TV show The Amazing Race with his sister in Argentina, he noticed a style of shoe there called “alpargata.” He started wearing these shoes while there. At the same time, as he went […]

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The End of the World

Edward Waszkiewicz told USA Today that in 1941 he saw three planes swoop down onto a row of eight U.S. battleships in Pearl Harbor stating, “Then all hell broke loose. That’s when the war really started.” Read the story of what this heroic firefighter did then.

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