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Happy Holidays, Jan and all.

 

Man, that looks cold! There's nothing like the peace of a snow-covered scene. Looks like we'll be having a brown Christmas here in Massachusetts but that means I might get out for a ride on the RT!

 

Best to all.

 

pete

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I wish my Jewish friend Happy Hanukkah.

 

I wish my Christian friends Merry Christmas.

 

I wish my pagan friends Happy Yule.

 

They wish me Happy Holidays. And then I try not to eat too much.

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I wish my Jewish friend Happy Hanukkah.

 

I wish my Christian friends Merry Christmas.

 

I wish my pagan friends Happy Yule.

 

They wish me Happy Holidays. And then I try not to eat too much.

 

Thank you for those greetings too.

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(These are entirely my words, plagiarized slightly from the president of my new employer, but I rather liked the sentiment.)

 

This is to extend my very best wishes to everyone for a happy holiday season. More than anything else perhaps, the holiday season is a time for family and friends, a time to express thanks for all that we have and a time to celebrate all that might be possible in the future.

 

No one would argue that our world faces enormous difficulties and challenges. But it is hardly coincidental that a number of events of several major religions occur this time of year, close to the winter solstice, the longest night in the year. It is then that we begin to turn back to the once again growing light and to what it presents — an optimism about the new possibilities for the coming year.

 

May you enjoy this very special time.

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