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WhiteChristmas

Snowflakes, White Poinsettias, and Icicles!  Their glisten becomes even more intense when the sun shines on them.  White contains all other colors in the spectrum, in contrast to black which is the absence of color.  Winter provides this spectacle for people in the Northern States and occasionally on the mountains in the Southwest.  Mesa, Arizona, also has the glisten of artificial snowflakes, white lights and plastic icicles when the daily sun shines on them.  People bring memories of a white Christmas with them to the South where temperatures linger in the 40's and 50's.  We all celebrate Christmas, Hannakah, or Winter Solstice for a reason.  It's the anticipated coming of change.  As a Christian, this author celebrates the change of a new life through the coming of Jesus, a gift from God.  I am able to glisten in the Light of the Son.  Have a very, merry White Christmas!

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