Signs of the Times

[Winifred Kirkland, in the North American Review, as quoted in Great Thoughts, London, England]

Still dawns yearly upon our human calendar an ever more beautiful Christmas. Clearer, brighter, each year there glows upon the dark expanse of time the recurrent luminous picture of a holy family. ... On one day out of all the year we strive to lift high the tribute of a heart kindly to all its fellows. As we gaze far back we see Christmas at first only a pin point, a flickering gleam on the dark tapestry of time. Then slowly, steadily, that repeated glow increases, takes warm shape and splendor. ...

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