Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Global Christmasing Must Take Place (Metaphysical Interp. of Christmas)

The Christmas story is a beautiful story. But it’s not just about a Jewish child born in a manger to Joseph and Mary a little over 2,000 years ago in a little town called Bethlehem. Christmas represents the birth of … Continue reading

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All We Want For Christmas . . .

An old Ann Landers column describes a 79-year-old grandfather’s Christmas wish. His 80th birthday was on Christmas Eve. He has gotten cards from all of the children, of course, but now he is looking forward to seeing them. He puts on … Continue reading

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Spiritual Thanksgiving: Transforming Thanksgiving Into Thanksliving

We’ve made it through the Thanksgiving holiday! We have recounted the hundreds of ways to cook a ham, dozens of ways to keep a turkey from getting dry and 6 ways to keep turkey dressing moist. And we are reminded … Continue reading

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