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Communion on the moon: Looking back at the Apollo 11 moon landing fifty years later

This Saturday, the United States will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing, a magical time when people of different beliefs and backgrounds united in a cause greater than themselves.  When Neil Armstrong planted an American flag on the moon on July 20, 1969, it signaled victory over the Soviet Union in a space race with religious and cultural overtones.  Deana Weibel, an anthropologist who studies religion and space travel, wrote in The Space Review that “one of the strongest cultural contrasts between Americans and Soviets – one that was emphasized frequently in the U.S. – was that Americans…

The legacy of Ross Perot: How to be your best self

Listen to The Daily Article Podcast, then subscribe. Ross Perot died yesterday morning in Dallas after a five-month battle with leukemia. He was eighty-nine. Whether you live in Dallas or Denmark, you probably know of Mr. Perot through his two campaigns for president and his pioneering work in computer services that made him a billionaire.  But if that’s all you know of him, you missed the most significant part of him.  Write your own legacy  I met Mr. Perot and his wife, Margot, at various functions in Dallas over the years and know him primarily through my friendship with his son, Ross…

The terrible price of freedom. The incredible grace of God.

On Independence Day, take a moment to remember the veterans who paid a terrible price for our freedoms. Many of them are like I was. When I left Afghanistan and the war, I found that Afghanistan and the war hadn’t quite left me. I had PTSD-like symptoms.  There are thousands of veterans stuck in this place—on edge. They lash out at their spouses. They are ready to beat up the next guy at the bar. They break bottles, break dishes, break up their families. They look for an excuse to explode. They want to scream. The military trained them to…

The Democratic debates and becoming a ‘happiness hunter’: The surprising source of true happiness

Listen to The Daily Article Podcast, then subscribe. The Democratic Party’s presidential debates begin tonight. According to the Wall Street Journal, this is the largest Democratic presidential field in modern history. The candidates are hoping to differentiate themselves from each other and make an impact on the voting public. Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign manager, explains: “The biggest question is who is driving the news. Who is getting attention.” Dan Pfeiffer, a former adviser to Barack Obama, added: “They need moments to create attention and virality to increase their poll numbers and, more importantly, get the online donor number up.” …