Naturally aspirated or turbocharged? If you’re not a car person, you might need that explained. Naturally aspirated means running on ambient air. Using it as it comes to us without any help ...

The morning alarm rings, and we wake to the brilliance of the sun shining through the trees. The grass glistens with the morning dew, and it’s beautiful. It’s moving day. We’ve emptied our ...

It helps to know what a job entails when we show up at the employment office. Are we good at computer skills? Maybe that construction job isn’t for us. Maybe we work best alone. Don’t even ...

Some things we don’t like to do. They aren’t bad things, just things that don’t appeal to us. Like, walking the dog. We can pay someone to do that for us. We write a check, and someone ...

How does your car work? Do you know? Your refrigerator . . . what makes it cool your food? Or your computer? Do you really understand how all those bytes, circuits, and microprocessors ...

If you are not into old cars, retromod is a new term for you. Let’s break it down. Retro: to look back to an original of exceptional design for inspiration. Mod: to change to make better; to ...

Salvation. What image does it bring to mind? A weeping, broken man? A woman bereft of options? Or perhaps the Savior, bleeding on a cross with Mary at his feet, suffering in anguish at her child ...

Our eyes can determine what we see. That sounds obvious but let me share what I mean. Take the ordinary signal light. Green, yellow, and red. How hard is that? Not at all unless you have an eye ...

Retirement. It’s an old person thing, right? Gray hair, a thickening middle, bi-focal lens in our reading glasses. Where do we want to build our retirement home? In the mountains? On the beach? ...

Someone is telling you a story, probably involving their opinion or something they expect from you, and about the time they seem finished, they add this: On the other hand. Once you hear those ...

Practice makes perfect. We’ve heard that, and we see the truth in it. Bake enough cakes, and you’re bound to eventually make a good one. Sit through a dozen job interviews, and you soon ...

In the English countryside of Buckinghamshire, a three-story “mini-castle” built in the 1700s, a type of building known as an architectural folly, teetered, threatening to crumble. A fire ...

It seems that every situation in life can be turned into a “teaching moment.” What can we learn from our experience, either good or bad? When we back into another car, we learn to look more ...
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