Category Archives: 2014


The observance had its origins in the Eastern Christian Churches and was a general celebration of the manifestation of the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. It included the commemoration of his birth; the visit of the Magi all of Jesus’ childhood … Continue reading

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New Day Dawns

December 31st 2014 Several themes emerged this year and took shape in my life and writing. I suspect some, or all, of them will gain stature in my life and perhaps in the lives of others as 2015 unfolds. Not … Continue reading

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Miraculous Manifestation

The story of the life and times of Jesus Christ has been told thousands of time in thousands of ways all depicting the perspective of the writers and creators. Charles Dickens (1812-1870) is generally regarded as the greatest English novelist … Continue reading

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Wise Men Search

The following is the first chapter of The Life of our Lord written by Charles Dickens (1812-1870) for his children from 1846 to 1849. In this charming, simple retelling of the life of Jesus Christ, adapted from the Gospel of … Continue reading

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The Truth About Santa Claus

Written by Jen Ward and posted to Facebook 12.8.14 Adults have been lying to children way too long when it comes to Santa Claus. It is because they have been lied to as well. They really have lost touch … Continue reading

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Letters to Santa

The history behind writing Santa letters is about as mystical as Santa himself. After much research, according to the folks at, there really is little information as to how the tradition of writing Santa a letter started, but what … Continue reading

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