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the un-thief: a Christmas story

After being robbed himself, the thief finally saw how he’d caused so many people so much pain… Thus, from that moment forward, he decided to be the un-thief. As the un-thief, he returned to all those houses he’d burglarized.  Entering … Continue reading

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Reconsidering Santa’s Gifts

  Recently, I was reprimanded for criticizing Santa… For asking why Santa Claus gives all the best toys to the rich kids… …while distributing more meager offerings to the poor boys and girls. When I made this observation to a … Continue reading

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Making Light of Darkness

  Now here’s a gift worth giving: St. Nicholas, whose day is today, provided three unmarried sisters with a dowry so that they would not have to become prostitutes. He was known as a great giver of gifts.  From him, … Continue reading

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