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Someday At Christmas

Someday at Christmas men won’t be boys
Playing with bombs like kids play with toys
One warm December our hearts will see
A world where men are free


As we enter this holiday season, let us pray for the soldiers that are away from home, fighting a war that needs to be ended.


Someday at Christmas there’ll be no wars
When we have learned what Christmas is for
When we have found what life’s really worth
There’ll be peace on earth


As our country turns the page on the last eight years, let our hope be renewed in America.  This land that our forefathers bled and died for.  This land that stole their identity, but not their spirit, maybe now we will all be free.


Someday all our dreams will come to be
Someday in a world where men are free
Maybe not in time for you and me
But someday at Christmas time


The dream our forefathers would never say aloud is now a reality.  With that reality all dreams are possible.  There is no longer any excuse for complacency or doing anything other than your best.  You were raised without your father….you can be President one day.  Your mom is a struggling single parent…you can be President one day. Race and gender should no longer be the crutch that holds us back from achieving our highest goals.


Someday at Christmas we’ll see a Man
No hungry children, no empty hand
One happy morning people will share
Our world where people care


The state of the economy is not really conducive to a Merry Christmas.  Unemployment and Foreclosure rates are so high, but I believe even in this time people are coming together to help one another and meet each others needs.


Someday at Christmas man will not fail
Take hope because your love will prevail
Someday a new world that we can start
With hope in every heart


In this holiday season, may we all have the Audacity to Hope.  The Propensity to Dream and the Unmitigated Gall to make it happen!  Have a Merry Merry and a Happy Happy.  Be Safe!



December 24, 2008 - Posted by | Holidays

1 Comment »

  1. Deep.

    Comment by @mo@ | January 1, 2009

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