Changing the World, One Clip at a Time

What can one person possibly do in this large world? How can one person, or one small group accomplish anything significant to help bring people together in understanding and peace? Listen to this true and moving story....In 1998 deputy principal and football coach...

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Cooperate

"I'm about to have a contest between our workers to spur productivity. Any ideas?" - Harvey G.Let the following story be a warning."We're about to have some exciting competition," said the manager of a steel plant in Ohio. "We have three eight-hour shifts and I'm...

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Meant to Be One

In 1942, the American consul ordered citizens home from the Persian Gulf, for fear they might get caught in the spreading conflict of World War II.Travel was difficult, and some civilians secured passage on the troop ship Mauritania. Passengers included thousands of...

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Lyndon Johnson

Up in the Kimberley district of WA is the largest privately owned property in the world. The place has been in the same family since Australia's early days. When President Lyndon Johnson visited Australia there was a function, and they invited the owner of Kimberley...

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The Story of Concrete

Once, in a class of management students there was a very involving discussion on the subject of "Social bonding and the strength of a society".The opinion was clearly divided. A group of students was all for a society of achievers , while the other was favouring a...

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Stone Soup

Many years ago three soldiers, hungry and weary of battle, came upon a small village. The villagers, suffering a meagre harvest and the many years of war, quickly hid what little they had to eat and met the three at the village square, wringing their hands and...

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We Are Doing Pretty Good

In his book, "Stories for Sermons," Arthur Tonne, tells how a famous organist was giving a recital in an eastern church. The instrument was not supplied air electrically; it had to be pumped by hand. A young boy was engaged to do this for the occasion.Everything was...

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