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The mentally handicapped deserve protection under the Criminal Code.
It seems to me that publishers…have an obligation to stand behind what they distribute.
Publishers—of newspapers, magazines, books, or broadcasting stations—have an obligation to stand behind what they distribute.
We need anniversaries to remind ourselves that it’s important to keep remembering.
Photographer David Duchemin says that the test of a good photograph is…the story it tells.
I’ve spent most of my life taking for granted the Greek definitions of love. But now I think that the Greek distinctions aren’t perfect.
If paid parishioners took their task seriously, I would think they’d sell themselves on the value of belonging.
Anne Land knew everyone by name and responded brightly to the congratulations she received.
We’re so immersed in fear that we’re afraid of living without it.
That notion of invisible connections between people helps me make sense of grief.
Presumably Humpty didn’t have an orthopedic surgeon available. I did and he put my elbow back together.
Our society delights in creating rules. Yet most of what we learn, we learn from others.
My bionic elbow's titanium joints will stay shiny and flexible for hundreds of years after the rest of me has returned to dust.
Translations strive to get across writer’s intended meaning.
The whole bulletin board became a bewildering chaos. Nothing stood out.
You can’t legislate good. Or goodness, if you prefer. You can only legislate against badness.
If MIT’s massively protected archives can get hacked by unauthorized users, no one’s computer is safe.
I tend to be sceptical about miracle cures. About anything miraculous, in fact.
In the Christian church, this is the Season of Advent—a time of waiting for something that hasn’t happened yet.
The minister repeated all the concerns in his prayer… After I asked, “Didn’t God hear, when the people said it themselves?”