It's A Wonderful Life

Posted Sunday, December 4, 2011, at 8:12 AM
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  • Perfect timing, Brian. I saw an article this morning, about the 'girl' in that movie, and the problems she had, after playing in it. Her parents died, and she had to live with a couple of 'religious' people, her Aunt, and Uncle, or something like that....yadda-yadda-ya, and she now works at promoting the movie, around the world. Perhaps, she has learned that the wonder (full) life is best learned from, when adversity is mixed in.

    Your last sentence says it all, Jesus,(the reason for the season).

    Yeee-Haaa!!! and AMEN Merry Christmas, to you and yours, and to One and All,,,,of US.

    I'm not looking for Santa, in the sky; will Jesus do?? If, Yes, then I'm with you.

    -- Posted by Navyblue on Mon, Dec 5, 2011, at 11:04 PM
  • Still my favorite movie of all time.

    On Tri-State Praise last week, someone said that the emphasis for Christmas used to be less on family gift giving and more on helping the needy, until the 1950's when people were emerging from the Depression and there were more opportunities for commercials on TV and radio. This reminder presents a good challenge for families to add volunteering and charitable donations as part of their holiday activities. I think it's important for children also to see that the blessings of the holiday are about much more than whether they get the "it" toy on their list.

    -- Posted by saveryhinze on Mon, Dec 12, 2011, at 4:39 PM
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