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Avoiding Fights During The Holidays: Create Healthy Boundaries and Focus on Life’s Blessings

The holiday season is one of the most rewarding and impressionable seasons of the year. Excitement and anticipation hang in the air. Even with all the store shopping and gift giving, it is not uncommon for emotions to run high. Emotional Holiday Triggers The holiday season can bring an array ...

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Ben Anderson’s Holidays in the Axis of Evil- BBC: Documentary of Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, North Korea and Cuba

Ben Anderson’s Holidays in the Axis of Evil, a BBC documentary, is an interesting look at the people in nations George W. Bush labeled evil empires in his January 29, 2002, State of the Union address. How would local citizens feel having their country branded “evil?” The North Koreans seemed ...

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Christmas Retail Jobs – List of Store Employers: Find Winter Seasonal Jobs, Part-Time Holiday Work at Retail Stores

Job seekers may want to consider looking around for temporary job opportunities sooner rather than later to get a jump on the competition. Retailers often post signs for temporary workers (i.e. “help wanted” signs) inside stores or on their front doors, but even if no jobs are advertised, it can’t ...

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How to Best Cope With Grief During the Holidays: Stories About Ways to Celebrate Lost Loved Ones

During the holiday season, most family members have a break from school or the workplace. This provides family and friends with time to celebrate the memory of a cherished loved one. Toasts can be made at the holiday table, stories can be shared and perhaps a place can be set ...

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The Bells of Bethlehem Ring Christmas Peace: The Suspension of War Once a Year on the Eve of Silent Night

Every year at Christmas, the bells of Bethlehem ring, reminding the world of the birth of the “prince of peace.” Millions of greeting cards are emblazoned with the message “peace on earth,” perhaps as a once-a-year reminder that peace continues to be elusive in our communities and in the world. ...

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Jewish Holidays in 2017, 2018, and 2019

Jews celebrate the many special holidays that are recognised by Judaism, the religion of the Jewish people, as well as observing the Sabbath, called Shabbat in Hebrew, every Saturday. Each holiday celebrates a significant event in the history of the religion, and is celebrated on a particular day or period ...

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