“I also feel a lump in my throat, and tears roll down my cheek.” Harald Kronstad tells here about how one man's honest, heartfelt testimony affected him.
Injustice, inequality and corruption cause people to rise in protest, calling for reform. This is nothing new, but do you sometimes wonder if there is a better way?
How many times this past year have you done things Nelson Mandela’s way?
I grew up in India. Many of the memories of my childhood and youth, which have to do with the sufferings of humanity and animals, are engraved in my heart with indescribable pictures of sorrow.
This question is probably not so difficult to answer. But how do you actually become happy? How do you attain total peace, contentment, and joy in life? Is that even possible?
Have you thought about how valuable your school days are? It's perhaps hard to see the bigger picture when you go to the same place, with the same people, five days a week!
“Who is a Jew?” Because many Jews are searching for their identity, this is a common question in Israel.
None of us know the number of our days, but in the whole picture of time we have only a very short time to live. What, then, is the point and purpose of our life?
Whose fault is it anyway? Apportioning blame is almost as natural as breathing for many people.
In 1 Corinthians 11:31 it says: “For if we would judge ourselves, we would not be judged”.
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