Feb 17, 2020
Did you know we have some 50,000 storage facilities in the U.S.? That’s more than the number of Starbucks and McDonald’s locations combined.
One estimate cites the number of items inside the average American home at 300,000. But what purpose does all of this “stuff” serve?
Joshua Becker believes that a large...
Feb 10, 2020
Americans are not living happily ever after.
According to a study by the University of Chicago, about 60 percent of respondents rated themselves “pretty happy” in their marriage—which leaves 40 percent of people less than fully satisfied.
Further, the American divorce rate has doubled since 1960.
As Dr. Gary...
Feb 3, 2020
We know the value of friendship, we’d all agree with that—yet studies continually show increasing rates of loneliness and isolation in our culture.
There are even companies today that allow you to “rent a friend,” to pay for a companion to keep you company.
While most people have friends, you could argue that...
Jan 27, 2020
Poet T.S. Eliot wrote in 1948: “It is against a background of Christianity that all our thought has significance.”
Fast forward to 2016, and we find the writing of Mary Eberstadt in her book “It’s Dangerous to Believe,” in which she writes: “In many influential cultural, political and intellectual...
Jan 20, 2020
Do you know how many times the average person touches their phone in a day? 2,617 times. A day!
The American Psychological Association calls these people “constant checkers.” Is that you?
Are you of the “rise and grind” mindset, day in and day out? If so, you’d better listen up.
Aaron Edelheit is on the...