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Was 2021 just a sequel to 2020, and can we look forward to a brighter future?

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Episode 166 - Are you burnt out? ft. Claire Marsh

There's 52% chance you are mentally burning out, according to statistics by a job aggregator site in the US. But before you self-diagnose, listen to psychologist ...
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The life and death of “The Dodger”

I didn’t like Christians and certainly not con artists. One day everything changed with a flyer in my mailbox . . .
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The Apostle Boba

Star Wars fans might be surprised to find similarities between anti-hero character Boba Fett—the lead in the Disney+ series Book of Boba Fett—and a man who walked along the Road to Damascus thousands of years ago.
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Searching for the perfect Christmas gift

Perhaps this Christmas time is the right moment to consider accepting a gift—one that won’t be found under the Christmas tree.
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It's said that money makes the world go round... which makes this story of generosity all the more surprising.
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Why do we observe Remembrance Day?

Every year at 11am on November 11, Australia and New Zealand go silent for one minute. Rather than celebrating war efforts, it’s about remembering sacrifice.
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Space will not save us

Over the past year, a new space race has emerged between competing billionaries. But is this the first step in mankind's future, or a needless vanity project?
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Is Jesus a myth, a regular man or God? It’s time to examine the available evidence about whether Jesus really walked on earth—and what that says about who He really is.
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Together at last

Fundamental to the human experience is the fact that we love being around other people. In the same way we desire company and togetherness, God does as well.
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A mind at war in peacetime

When you discover that the only thing you have left is faith in God, you fervently wish that your faith doesn’t end up poisoning your soul.
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Feel good while laughing but not sure why? Science tells us why we should seek out situations which bring out all the ha ha’s.
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The need for control: Between illusion and responsibility

We often seek to have control over all aspects of our lives but this may not always be a good thing. Sometimes we must accept that there are things beyond our control
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Pets: Our help for a better life

Dogs are often called "man's best friend"—but it isn't just canines. Genia Ruscu highlights the benefits that pets can have in your everyday life.
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Do you know how much your digital footprint costs?

Cryptocurrency and blockchain assets are being touted by many as the future of the internet. But there's a darker side to their utopian dreams which is already present if you know where to look.
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Facebook, the metaverse and a falsely promised future

Facebook is dead and Meta has risen from the ashes. But is the Metaverse the next step in the future of the internet or just another pipe dream?
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Why do we love to watch bad people in the media we consume? It’s a question I’ve been asking myself more and more over the past few weeks, especially considering the plotlines of some recent smash hit television shows. Succession, the current ‘it’ show (created by Jesse Armstrong), is about...
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“In the beginning…”: Marvel’s Eternals presents a new creation myth

Eternals is the latest film in the MCU, and it is dividing critics and fans alike. Ryan Stanton examines the messages at its core in greater depth.
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Maid Review: Netflix series tackles big issues to big success

Maid is the latest miniseries from Netflix to tackle some heavy topics around family violence and alcoholism. Jarrod Stackelroth examines why it's so successful