From the Editors

What is it about the Christmas holiday that makes people pause and look carefully at their lives? Many think about friends and family or look back at things they've done—or failed to do—and, of course, at things to come. In Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, one character went through this exercise in dramatic way—and it changed his life.

It's inevitable that the true spirit of Christmas will waken all of us to the happiness that unselfishness brings. In this week's Sentinel, you'll see how others have discovered the natural joy and blessings of Christmas.

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Keep the Christ in Christmas
December 6, 1993
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