What happened was that I felt a longing, even an emptiness, I had never before experienced. Something was missing from my life, but I could not at first identify it. I knew it was not about being without friends or family -- after all, I hadn't been with family or friends for the previous three months. And it wasn't about being alone -- I had gotten used to...
I liked reading your reflections Mr. Prager. On this Christmas day the realization continues to sink in that my culture is being exterminated. Live-and-let-live America is disappearing. People have been bullied into saying the ridiculously generic “Happy Holiday” instead of “Merry Christmas”. The local bank features a prominent display in its lobby of the Hanukah menorah and Quansa traditions, but stuck in an obscure corner sits a “giving tree” with no mention of Christmas in its display. Today I celebrate, but am somber. Merry Christmas.
When I was 20, I spent my junior year in college in England. When classes let out for the last two weeks of December, I traveled to Morocco, where something life-changing occurred.
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