Christmas Eve Thoughts | December 24 — Christian Parenting

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me—practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you.” —……

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Christmas Prayers for Peace and Freedom This Holidays — Mosul Eye

To The Dignified Child, On this day of every year, the heart of humanity awakes from its slumber with a new passion, and prepared to receive a glorious parade 2017 years have passed by, and every year, just like this morning, the Christian world shivers with spirit and joy, while it halts and stops to […]

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Christmas Prayers for Peace and Freedom This Holidays — Mosul Eye

 

To The Dignified Child, On this day of every year, the heart of humanity awakes from its slumber with a new passion, and prepared to receive a glorious parade 2017 years have passed by, and every year, just like this morning, the Christian world shivers with spirit and joy, while it halts and stops to […]

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“Standing under the stars last night”

...Theresa Kishkan, writer...

june's glass

Last night we had dinner with friends over at Oyster Bay. 6 of us sat in a kitchen that hangs out over the water at high tide (this kitchen was once a float-house; a number of the old houses in this community were, pulled to shore after the logging camps went broke) and ate good food, talked into the night. Coming home, there were elk (again!) crossing the highway by the golf course, their huge bodies dissolving into darkness as they entered the woods. When we arrived home, we stood in the driveway for a few minutes, hoping to see one of the Geminid meteors. It was too cold to linger long and no meteors shot across the sky but oh, the stars! So many, the constellations silver in the dark sky. You could almost hear them burning so brightly, almost.

We gave ourselves this piece of glass last Christmas…

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