New Year’s resolution challenge guaranteed to succeed

Happy New Year! If you’re like me, you probably feel compelled to make a New Year’s resolution this year for any of the following reasons: you did it every year so you have to do it again this year everyone keeps asking “What’s your New Year’s resolution?” so you have to do one to give an answer everyone else is making one it is something high performing people do But just like every year that has passed, you probably already know you won’t
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Post-Christmas madness: let’s stop it

The chaos of Christmas inevitably extends to post-Christmas madness. But let’s first savour the memory of yesterday. Ah, yes Christmas time. Young children anticipate this time of the year – will Santa come? Have I been good enough? When I stole my sister’s candy cane, was Santa watching? It’s a time of presents too! Did I get what I asked for in my letter? For most parents, it’s a time of stress – will the toys that little Jessica or Tommy
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Gift-giving: the Cost of Modern Christmas

Not everyone who celebrates Christmas is a Christian. In fact, many atheists and non-Christians love the gift-giving tradition of Christmas and join in the tradition. But how many of us explain the true meaning of gift-giving to our children? Whether we are Christians or not, if we give out presents at this time of the year, we owe it to our children to explain why gift-giving even exists in the first place. Christians will inevitably explain the concept using Jesus.
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