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Merry Christmas

We have recession and depression.
We face elections and politics, side vs. side.
We experience new challenges and threats, senseless controversies, public scandals.
We endure health lectures, self-improvement harping, guilt trips wrapped around product endorsements.
We suffer through poorly-conceived entertainment.
We seek after something that will give our lives meaning and we hope against worldly hope that there will be a holiday miracle that brings that meaning into our existence.
And so, now we pause in this oh-so-busy season of the oh-so-busy year for the old, old story:
Luke 2:
And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby ...

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