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The light and life of Christmas
By Rachel Wears on 13 Dec 2018

The nights are drawing in, stealing daylight from both ends; the weather is colder and greyer than it was last month; and it’s hard to avoid the political tumult of our country and the wider world. In the midst of this literal and figurative darkness, it can be hard to find hope for change or see light prevail.

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