Good News Magazine: May - June 1999

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  • by Scott Ashley
the senseless massacre at Columbine High School is an unnerving reminder of the unease we feel deep inside, the unexpressed fear for our personal safety and security and that of our loved ones. We want life to be predictable and safe. We don't want to fall victim to crime, social unrest, terrorism or that greatest of tragedies, war.
  • by Scott Ashley
Discover a surprising truth that will affect your future.
  • by Good News
Humanity has had thousands of years to build societies and civilizations and experiment with governments, administrations and lifestyles. So why haven't we been able to solve our problems? Why does suffering still exist?
  • by Good News
In the Star Wars series, some of the movies' heroes draw on a supernatural power called The Force, which enables them to perform feats that would normally be impossible. Did you know that a similar power really exists?
  • by Scott Ashley
"I live in Denver, and I would love to kill almost all of its residents. You all better hide in your houses because I'm coming for everyone and I will shoot to kill and I will kill everything."—Internet message attributed to Eric Harris
  • by David Treybig
In the wake of the tragedy at Columbine High School, people naturally try to determine who is to blame in an effort to prevent future tragedies. After all, something went dreadfully wrong. At stake in the raging debate over culpability is the timeless question of individual freedoms vs. societal protection—concepts that divide entire nations.
  • by Graemme Marshall
Aging brings a generosity of spirit and often yields a greater self-mastery of emotions and attitudes along with a deeper appreciation for the complexity of life.