December 18, 2005

I Believe


To take a line from the classic Christmas film Miracle on 34th Street, I believe. I attended the annual Christmas Party last night that my friends and family have attended for over twenty years. Santa was there with a fresh infusion of little children. They have replaced my children and those of friends and family. Now we have new ones from new friends and a sprinkling of grandchildren.

It warms my heart to see the innocence and delight in the eyes of children, children whose lives have yet to be changed by prejudice and the reality of the world around them. They live in the world of here and now and do not bear the burdens of adulthood. In our steadfast resolve to maintain a pollitcally incorrect and traditional Christmas, I find hope and satisfaction that all is not lost. I believe that America can survive the latest attacks on those special things we hold most dear.

We must embrace and defend God and country, family and friends, and those values that will insure our continued existence and prosperity. The generation that sat before me last night is our future and hold the keys to the greatest nation on earth. It is in them that I believe.

Sometimes I have my Doubts though.

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Posted by BillyBudd at December 18, 2005 10:41 AM | TrackBack

Nicely said. I think we need to be doing a lot more praying for this new generation. They have some major obstacles to maneuver.

Posted by: Mountain Mama at December 18, 2005 04:56 PM
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