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Ethics and morals during the holidays.

UBO Magazine

By Aaris A. Schroeder
December 27, 2008

Is it just me or does it seem that no matter what religion, families get together during the holidays?  My personal experience is one to visualize and admire — even if there are parts that I may not be able to bring to earth to all as others. 

Earth moves me in several ways but never against my own main.  My family is sensitive to religion and cultures; closed-minded to opinions not their own.  Sensitive to those who release energy upon their own satisfaction. 

I have learned from society in general that this is not a path to move forward or backward in.  Thus brings me to the point of my family.  Truth lies in all of our most ethical ways not just moral images. 

Gifts were given and received the same; all heard in the right place yet another year had passed where I felt as if my own family didn’t know me as well as I thought.  What a time to think of this while they have their hearts open yet their words aren’t soothing, so what can I expect. 

Expect nothing.  That is usually the way those folks go. 

Pass me me golden ticket because I forgot where I left my gift certificate.

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