Posts Tagged “Christmas”

Have we lost our family focus this holiday season?

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Have we lost our family focus this holiday season?

Have we lost our family focus this holiday season? Christmas isn’t about family any more. It’s about commerce, money and spending. And that’s too bad. It’s a holiday season that should be enjoyed by families with a focus on families, not on spending money By Ray Hanania Next week will be Christmas and I bet…

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Is November too early to celebrate Christmas

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Is November too early to celebrate Christmas

Is November too early to celebrate Christmas It’s not even three weeks till Thanksgiving and stores are already pushing and promoting Christmas. Don’t you think it’s just too soon? Maybe we should enjoy the Fall and also Thanksgiving before we start focusing on the Christmas holidays. By Ray Hanania You don’t have to be Christian…

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An expensive television Christmas Story

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An expensive television Christmas Story

An expensive television Christmas Story A new generation’s “Christmas Story,” not about Santa Claus or the spirit of kindness, but about the way our utilities control our lives with no accountability and definitely no really good service. This one is about Comcast/Xfinity but it could be about them all Published in the Des Plaines Valley…

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Arab Americans prepare to celebrate Christmas

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Arab Americans prepare to celebrate Christmas

Arab Americans prepare to celebrate Christmas About half of Arab Christians celebrate the religious and secular holiday along with most mainstream Christians on Dec. 25, but the other half celebrates Christmas according to the old calendar two weeks later on Jan. 7. By Ray Hanania Christmas is both a time of Christian religious renewal as well…

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Christmas is a difficult time for true Christians

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Christmas is a difficult time for true Christians

Christmas is a difficult time for true Christians Saudi Gazette Sunday, December 29, 2013 By Ray Hanania Christmas is a difficult time for true Christians. It’s difficult not so much because of the religion, but because of the contrast created against it by the secular “Christians” who love the Christian life but fail to practice…

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