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  • by Kourtney Kovanis
The teenage years—and the transition from child to adult—are a time of decision-making and taking responsibility. I remember asking myself, “What do I want my life to be like?” and “What makes sense to me?” I analyzed my parents and how they dealt with life, and thought about what I wanted to do similarly or differently.
  • by Katherine Rowland
Sometimes the best gifts are those that are unexpected and undeserved.
  • by Brent Martin
Those who are familiar with sheep, however, can tell you there are two basic sheep personalities: those which understand the protection of their shepherd and will follow him anywhere, and those that are rebellious, wild and just plain dumb.
  • by Milan Janicich
Most of us have some regrets. Some of these affect only us; some affect family, friends and others. Here is how you can minimize them in your own life.
  • by David Treybig
With great publicity, particularly in religious circles, Mel Gibson's latest movie, The Passion of the Christ, opened in movie theaters this past Wednesday evoking a wide range of response. With the graphic portrayal of Jesus' suffering, viewers' emotions are guaranteed to be assaulted. This movie seems destined to make an impact. But what will that impact be?