75 Simple Ways to Celebrate the Holidays: Scatter Joy, Lend by Kathy Davis

By Kathy Davis

Compliment a child
Practice grace
Count your blessings
Slow your speed --75 uncomplicated how one can have a good time the Holidays

75 basic how you can have a good time the Holidays is a refreshingly unique illustrated poem that reminds us to maintain the vacations pleased, calm, joyous, and serious about what actually concerns most.

This little booklet is the antidote to the do-it-all, do-it-fast fever that grips such a lot of humans round Christmastime. It was once created with one objective in mind--to aid the reader locate truer pleasure in the course of the so much joyous time of the year.

Giftable beneficial properties contain conceal flocking and a ribbon bookmark, besides simply the perfect mixture of rhyming verse and joyful art:

Keep traditions
Stoke the fire
Find your voice
Join the choir

Gaze at stars
on a transparent iciness night
Keep your perspective
Keep your center light

This booklet is the ideal souvenir stocking stuffer, a steady reminder of what's most vital on Christmas day and each day. 

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But this “unique majesty” was hidden away in the catacombs of Rome for quite three centuries; coming out, it condemned and persecuted to death every other religion because rivals for the rich perquisites of priestcraft and dominion. , that the Jews first, then the Christians, took over bodily from the Babylonians and the Persians, not only the entire celestial and infernal systems of those two closely related religions, but virtually that high ethic, or moral code—“the highest religious result to which human reason, unaided by revelation, can attain”—w hich Christians so loudly pretend is, by “divine revelation” of their God—theirs alone, while all other peoples “sat in darkness and in the shadow of death” without its saving light.

The gods came frequently to earth, too, and with the connivance of the priests kept amorous tryst in the temples with unsuspecting pious ladies, edifying instances of which are related by Herodotus and Josephus, among other chroniclers of the wiles of priestcraft.  Caligula would crawl under the bed in thunder storms; the augurs had listed eleven kinds of lightning with different significations.  So extremely moral and pure were his doctrines and his conduct, and so mighty the works he wrought, that the Pagans insisted that Apollonius was the actual personage whom the Christians called Jesus Christ.

Lucifer, in the Bible, having also been originally “ a shinning one” in Heaven, was cast out into Hell and is now the Devil. ’ ...  ...  [p. 154] ...  Vohu Manah is conceived as the ‘SON OF THE CREATOR,’ and identified with the Alexandrian LOGOS [of John i, 1]. Asha, also, is the Divine Law, Right, Sanctity (cf.  ... “ Face to face with the hierarchy of celestial spirits is a diabolical one, that of the daevas (Pers.  perhaps the most frequently mentioned of all is Aesmma, the Demon of Wrath or Violence, whose name has come down to us in the Asmodeus (Aeshmo daeva) of the Book of Tobias [Tobit] ...

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