Merry Christmas 2020
It’s December, and the end of the year cannot come soon enough. 2020 definitely has been a year that we won’t forget. The pandemic, the election, the stock market, social unrest, all in one year. Masks… I am tired of wearing a mask. My blood pressure is getting higher just by talking about it. Yet it’s Christmas, a season of celebration, time to think about the birth of our Savior and King. Our world may seem to be falling apart, but be assured that because of the love of our God, and the birth of His Son Jesus, through faith, things will be alright. Psalm 46: says to “Be still and know that I am God.” In other words, Relax, God is in control. One way or another He has promised to take care of us.
Our Christmas wishes we send to you. To our friends we thank you for your friendship; to our customers, we thank you for your business; and to our vendors we thank you for your support and knowledge. We value our relationships with all, and pray for peace, prosperity, and harmony in the upcoming year.
Merry Christmas 2020 from all of us at OnYourMark, LLC
Keith Klein & the Team at OnYourMark
Thanks to our friends at W. Haut Specialty Company for posting this originally, and sharing it with us – to share with you.
A few more thoughts about a Merry Christmas 2020
We thought we’d share some good reading with you. Here are a few articles from The Atlantic Monthly – in my opinion, the most well-written magazine I’ve known for over forty years:
Have Yourself a Million Little Christmases
Christmas will look a little different this year, but everyone is still jonesing for a tree all their own.
This is a timely article about vendors running out of Christmas Trees this year.
Don’t Isolate Yourself This Holiday Season
The pandemic makes it dangerous to gather in person, but for the sake of your well-being, find connection however you can.
“How to Build a Life” is a biweekly column by Arthur Brooks, tackling questions of meaning and happiness.
Measuring Your Happiness Can Help Improve It
Are you a Mad Scientist, a Cheerleader, a Sober Judge, or a Poet?
Another good article from “How to Build a Life” by Arthur Brooks.
To quote the tales of Lake Wobegon (pronounced Woe Be Gone) ‘signature’, “Be well, do good work, and keep in touch.” And Merry Christmas to you and yours.
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