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The debate tournament was a week away, and I wasn’t ready.  I needed both my affirmative and negative cases done or else I would show up unprepared and embarrassed. Only my affirmative was written, and I was under the gun to get the other case finished. To make matters worse, ...

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Chesterton on Humility

G.K. Chesterton in his short expose “A Defense of Humility”, explains that in studying anything, it’s interesting to note that in a way, the devoted mind mentally tries to become like the thing it studies, “The earnest student of fish morality will, spiritually speaking, chop off his legs… the spirit wishing ...

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My Love for Writing

Regarding the tongue, the apostle James said that, “with it we bless our Lord and Father, and with it we curse people who are made in the likeness of God.” (James 3:8) As Christians it is our duty to use our words to not promote and defend evil, but to ...

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