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Whether you live in the United States or elsewhere, you probably...
Whether you live in the United States or elsewhere, you probably heard the cry for higher ethical standards not just in politics but everywhere. That cry came to our table a few weeks ago when we were considering topics for this issue.
Our discussion led to an outpouring of eye-opening ideas. For a fresh perspective on the prevalence of honesty versus dishonesty, we've started this issue with "Examples that make morals for mankind." In "Is a little evil OK?" you'll find answers to those who say that evil is unavoidable, perhaps even a natural part of human life.
Examples that make morals for mankind
Sandra Day O'Connor
Is a little evil OK?
Robert A. Johnson
God helps us stop
Pennies, pencils, and paper clips
Wendy Louise Stevens
Thinking for ourselves
The job stability you deserve
Working for healing
David C. Kennedy
Our world—in danger or indestructible?
with contributions from Tamere D. Green, Christian Mayes
Living streams of mercy
by Kim Shippey
Abigail Mathieson Trout
When I was sixteen years old, I was thrown from an automobile...
Dorothy Jane King
When I had an acute back problem several years ago, I asked...
As a child, I experienced many wonderful healings, including...
L. Denise Zimmern
In August 1995, I was bitten by a snake when I was walking...
Chukwuemeka Nworgu with contributions from Dorothy N. Nworgu
When my daughter was not quite two years old, I became a...
Marion N. Roberts