December 21 2013 African American Culture Newsletter
It matters not to me if you may believe differently. What matters is that I honor and respect who you are as a person in this earth, with the hopes of my respect being reciprocated.
There are many of us that believe differently, but we show a mutual respect for one another and what each believes. I honor you today and who you are. I celebrate your life and your presence in this earth. And it is my prayer that you will receive all that has been ordained for your life in this earth.
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What Does Christmas Mean To You?
We live in a world where people come from various walks of life. Perhaps you do not celebrate Christmas. Learning to respect one another for what and who believe is a part of maturity. Merry Christmas to those who believe. Happy Holidays to those who celebrate differently.
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