Brain Grooving

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Animal studies have shown that newborn mice must experience whisker sensation in the first few days of life to enable them to develop normal sensorimotor skills. Cats must be allowed normal visual input during their first three months or their vision will be permanently impaired. Monkeys need consistent social contact during their first six months or they will end up extremely emotionally disturbed. The same critical periods appear to hold for human development (ZeroToThree.org). From the very first moments of your child’s life, his brain is being molded into who and what he will become. Thoughts and actions that are… Read More
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Channel 23

Michael Pearl

A modern Psalm taken from “The New International Unchristian Perversion.”

July 1996
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The Folly of Fairness

Michael Pearl

There is a universal tendency to try to make life fair. We tend to think of legislated fairness as equality, when in fact it is inequality. This is so ingrained in us that we equate fairness with justice.

June 1996
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The Bottom

Michael Pearl

I had left my wife at the airport, coming to this distant city to teach several seminars. My hosts showed me to an upstairs hallway where I was to sleep.

March 1996
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Rights Are Right

Michael Pearl

I receive many letters and public inquiries on the issue of personal rights.

March 1996
20 comments

True Confessions of a Bed-Wetter

Debi Pearl

Many of you have written us about the problem of your older children wetting their beds. Through our extensive social outreach we have persuaded one of these tormented souls to go public with her confession.

February 1996
47 comments

Five-Year-Old Whine-Baby

Michael Pearl

My daughter Shalom came home telling the following experience.

January 1996
10 comments

Mountain Ma and Pa

Rebekah Rising

O, so much ter do So much ter be done! The work’s never through An the work ain’t much fun. No thanks fer yer labor No pay fer the job” Jest “What’s fer supper?” “How bout corn-on-da-cob?” Ya mop an … Read more

January 1996
0 comments

To Train Up a Child

Michael Pearl

Excerpt from the book “To Train Up A Child”, by Michael and Debi Pearl.

December 1995
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The Volley Ball Bawler

Michael Pearl

As the father left the volley ball court headed for the house, his little four-year-old daughter began to scream.

August 1995
3 comments

Consistency

Michael Pearl

A parent describes her dilemma: “I get so frustrated with the children. No matter how many times I tell them or spank them, they just do the same thing again. We just go ’round and ’round.”

July 1995
4 comments