The Reflexes Of A Hero

There’s no telling what this man was thinking. Maybe he was having a bad day. Maybe he was annoyed the woman was walking slightly in his jogging path. Maybe he knew this lady and purposefully pushed her. What we do know is this. A man was jogging on a wide, paved path next to a…

Sometimes It Takes A Brick

A young and successful executive was traveling down a neighborhood street in his new car. Out of nowhere, a brick smashed into the car’s side door. He slammed on the brakes, spun around, and jumped out of his car. He saw that a kid was likely responsible and felt his anger starting to boil up.…

“And I Will Give You Rest”

“Back in 1839, James Espy claimed that rain could easily be produced by heating the air. But his plan to saturate parched farmland by building great log fires across vast stretches of the American West never materialized — for which Espy’s contemporaries were probably grateful! Later in the 19th century, a new theory emerged: loud…