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When giants fall
If bad news has left you feeling let down, here's a response that will lift you up.
When a giant falls, who falls with him? If it is a religious giant whose personal behavior has dropped far below his uplifting message, do we fall away from whatever was good in his teachings? If it is a political giant caught in a quicksand of duplicity, do we sink into cynicism? What about personal giants—family members or close friends? If previously unknown seaminess explodes into view, do we plunge into despair?
Or could our response bring healing to ourselves and the whole scene?
About the author
(Channing Walker is a contributing editor.)
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with contributions from Paul White, Dorothy C. Miller, Peter K. Allen
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with contributions from David G. Myers, Ed Diener, Stephen M. Wolf
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