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An Offering of Flour

Do you ever wish that you could help more? We live during a time when it seems that there are more needs than ever. Rarely does a week pass when we do not hear about a fresh disaster which causes hardship. People are driven from their homes by earthquake, fire or flood. An economic downturn destroys jobs or famine stalks the land.


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Shackles for Sale

How many of us are truly free? Personal freedom is something most people claim to value. They will go further and say that they are free. “Certainly,” they say, “I’m nobody’s slave!” Yet, the fact of the matter is that most people are not free. Even those who claim they can do whatever they like, whenever they want are most likely ruled by their own passions and desires. They have habits they cannot break. They have patterns of thought they cannot escape. They allow the opinions of others to control them. Their bonds may be invisible but they are just as captive as if they were shackled with chains of iron.

No More Tears

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Man Crying

Two people face the same set of circumstances. One quickly succumbs, gives way to despair and dies. The other refuses to give way to seemingly unsurmountable odds, holds on and survives. What makes the difference? Why does one person survive while the other doesn’t? People who have researched this question say that one of the most important factors is hope. The people who survive horrible circumstances can see beyond the present. They know that their situation will not last. Even if things become worse in the immediate future relief will inevitably come. Things will get better. They can visualize a brighter tomorrow.

I Hear You!

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Our ears are a wonderful blessing to us. They enable us to enjoy the sounds of children laughing, birds singing and the rush of a mountain stream. With them we listen to soul-uplifting music and the melodious chant of the poet. Our ears also provide warning. They let us know about an onrushing train before we see it. They let us perceive the wail of an ambulance siren and the hiss of a snake before it strikes. Our ears also play an essential role in communication. Our telephones would not be nearly so useful if we did not have ears.


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Have you ever felt impatient with someone because they can’t make up their mind? All the facts they need are before them. They have listened to all the arguments for and against. They have discussed the matter until there is nothing more to say – yet they can’t bring themselves to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’! Sometimes it seems that the more trivial the issue, the more time it takes to make a decision.


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One of the most frightening punishments that can be afflicted on anyone is to place him in solitary confinement. He is shut up all by himself. There is no one to talk to, no one to laugh with, no one to share his hopes, burdens or ideas with. He is left alone with his own thoughts and his own conscience. Those who are left for a long time in solitary confinement, with no interaction with other people, quite often go insane.

Keep Your Clothes With You!

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Washing Clothes

Some people like to play practical jokes on others. Among friends – each trying to outwit the other – this can be a source of mutual fun and enjoyment. Years later they will still laugh about what they did to one another. However, there are times when a practical joke can be cruel and embarrassing. For example, suppose you were bathing at a communal facility and someone took your clothes and towel? What could you do? Unless someone else took pity on you and loaned you their own clothing you would be humiliated.


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A Funeral Procession

When someone does something against us it is natural for us to want justice. We want the wrong to be righted. We want compensation for the loss we suffered. But we do not stop there. We not only want justice, we want retribution. We want the person who wronged us to suffer at least as much pain as he inflicted upon us. When it seems to us that the other person will not have to pay or that it is taking too long for justice to be done, we are tempted to take revenge into our own hands. Such is the inconsistency of human nature, however, that when it is us who has wronged another we do not want justice, we want mercy!


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A Forest Fire

Can you imagine what life would be like without fire? Life would be extremely difficult, if not impossible. Certainly civilization, as we know it, could not exist. Think about it. How could we cook our food without fire? Much of the world depends upon the ability to burn wood, gas or some sort of oil like kerosene, to cook. Even the electricity which powers electric stoves often comes from generating plants which burn coal or fuel-oil.

What If...

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The Tomb Of Esther

In the city of Hamadan in the country of Iran there is a humble building made of stone. Inside the building is a carefully preserved tomb. This tomb has been faithfully maintained and guarded for almost 2,500 years.

Why is this tomb still cherished? Why do people still honor the woman buried there when almost everyone else from that time has been totally forgotten? It is because her actions saved an entire people. She put her own life on the line to save others from certain death. Her name was Hadassah.