The religious community that surrounds Sugar and me is part of our environment. Seems like at Christmas time we are drawn back to take in a couple of Christmas presentations of religious value. When the church festival ends, social friendliness abides among the Christmas glitter. Season’s greetings are exchanged verbally, usually for the last time before Christmas Eve arrives.
How fortunate that we live in a country where we can think and believe what we please. Why, away back there in the old country, for ages they spent lots of time blowing each other into oblivion over religion, and right now they are at it worse than ever.
"Reminiscing" Kik-Back Country, page 61, part 2 (previous) (home) (thread)
"...Christmas presentations of religious value."
Library of Congress Digital Archives - Farm Security Administration
Collier, John, Jr., 1913-1992, photographer
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