A Christmas Carmen

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John Greenleaf Whittier was an American Quaker poet and advocate of the abolition of slavery in the United States. Frequently listed as one of the Fireside Poets, Whittier was influenced by the Scottish poet Robert Burns. - Summary by Wikipedia (0 hr 16 min)


A Christmas Carmen - Read by BK 2:13 Read by Bruce Kachuk
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Thank you readers all

(4 stars)

And the black and white cover art photograph was wonderful! so simple yet so excellently composed. As I read Thomas Hardy explain it, I am a Laodicean. I am lukewarm when it comes to religion or God. What I know for sure is people either help,harm or do nothing with one another. We on earth i believe to be at the precipice of a dark ages. I believe we have to walk away from our leaders and love and help each other as much as we can. And we need to be tolerant of others when they enjoy being alone but always pleasantly acknowledge them when we meet them. the more tolerant others are to shut ins, the more we shut ins will spend step by step time being contributors and enjoy the society of the tolerant others. We have to assist, "love", recieve graciously aid when given us, with and from others. Hence, even though I am a Laodicean, "god bless" all on this earth.