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Thoughts on the Armistice Centennial

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that silenced the guns on the Western Front during World War I.

 

My friend,  Bryan Alexander, has some ruminations of his own today. Please take a read. His words are informative and thought provoking.

 

As for me, the following text is from a speech I gave today to commemorate the anniversary.  A big thank you to all who attended and read “In Flanders Fields” along with me.

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Mixing Things Up a Bit: New Ways to Celebrate Old Holidays

Remember Festivus, a holiday for the rest of us, from Seinfeld? Well, this year provides a unique opportunity to start up some new traditions out of old holidays. And this time, the celebrations can be for all of us. Continue reading

‘Tis the Season

No matter whether you follow a religion or not, no matter what that religion may be, it’s that time of year when we try to fill those longest nights and shortest days with love, warmth, and cheer.

So to all my friends, family, and readers of this blog, happy holidays. To all those who don’t celebrate a holy day during this time of year, season’s greetings. Love to you all. And bear hugs. Although maybe don’t try to get them from real bears.

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