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The wondrous don’t-know mindI’ve just finished reading Bill Bryson’s classic book A Short History of Nearly Everything, in which he adeptly explains scientific subjects. My brain has always felt like a sieve around math and science, but his engaging manner really helped me to understand and retain (for now!) some important facts. But then he […]
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Three tips from psychology professor Mark Holder Helping your children receive the mood-boosting benefits of spirituality can involve adopting some very simple approaches to life. Psychology professor Mark Holder recommends three ways you can help your children get started: Encourage them to volunteer for a cause that matters to them. Plan acts of kindness, which […]

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