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Friday, 17 December 2004
Merry Christmas!
Mood:  happy
At this hectic time of year, I just wanted to stop and take a moment to wish all readers of this blog a very Merry Christmas, whatever religious persuasion you are. Even if you are not Christian, take part in the festivities anyway, and maybe you'll learn where you've been mistaken all these years. You can start small- a wreath on the door, maybe some lights.

Posted by Al at 10:29 AM EST
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Sunday, 2 January 2005 - 6:24 PM EST

Name: The Indy Voice
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Hey ding-dong, lights and wreaths are pagan rituals not Christian rituals. Christianity's a great religion if you only took some time to learn something about it you'd know that you shouldn't be condemning others who (thankfully) don't think the same way you do.

Thursday, 20 January 2005 - 3:01 PM EST

Name: Peter G.

Hey, I.V. -- what's your deal? Al is trying to promote Christian values and morality, and you want to take a shot at his knees with a history lesson? Pagan ritual, Christian ritual...what difference? The point is, he wants people to come together and celebrate the birth of Christ. Why would you have a negative reaction to that? You must be a communist or something. Well, welcome to America -- we don't like that kind of thing 'round these parts.

Thursday, 20 January 2005 - 3:21 PM EST

Name: Al

It's okay, Peter. Our friend at didn't understand my comment. This is a baby steps idea. You can't just get a Muslim, for instance, to embrace the cross in one sitting. You start small. Santa promising a small present. A nice, secular Christmas carol ("Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" comes to mind). This puts an idea in their head. The Muslim goes "Hey, we don't have this kind of fun on any day of Ramadan". And so it begins.

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