Sometimes You Must Tell Your Heart to Beat Again

By: Sheridan VoyseyI recently heard a fascinating story about a heart surgeon. At the end of one operation, he returned his patient’s heart back into the chest and began gently massaging it back to life. But the heart wouldn’t restart.More intense measures followed, but the heart still...

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Are Angels Real? These Stories Will Get You Wondering

By: Sheridan VoyseyOn a day-to-day level, few of us probably think much about angels. They’re just stone statues in cemeteries or marble sculptures in galleries, the stuff of children’s tales and renaissance paintings, not of flesh-and-blood life. I may be wrong, but even people of...

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When the World Sends You Garbage, Send Back Music

By: Sheridan VoyseyCateura is a small slum in Paraguay, South America, built on a rubbish tip. Desperately poor, its villagers eke out a living by recycling and selling whatever they can find in the garbage. But from these unpromising conditions something beautiful has emerged – an...

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We Push Out into New, Uncharted Waters. Don’t Be Afraid

By: Sheridan VoyseyA new year. A new decade. We have crossed a threshold, begun a new story, bidding the old farewell to make way for the new. What are you looking forward to? New Lands, New DiscoveriesAlong with birthdays and significant holidays, researchers tell us a new year is a time when we...

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The Best Books I Read in 2019 (and a Few Others)

By: Sheridan VoyseyWhere would we be without books? What wonder and wisdom we’d miss out on, what delight we’d forfeit. And so I present to you this year’s edition of my Best Books list (you can find previous year’s lists here). These are the titles I read, those I had...

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