Thinking Out Loud

November 28, 2008

Dealing with the Excesses of Christmas

We don’t embed YouTube and Vimeo vids here as a concession to those still surfing the net with dialup; but for the second time ever in Thinking Out Loud history; I am linking you to a YouTube I think you should watch, that’s already appearing on various other blogs.  In fact, try to watch it in full screen mode.

But wait; before we go there, here’s a little perspective from The Thinklings blog, based on a story you can link to from the New York Daily News.

Now then, if you survived that one, and would like to see Christmas expressed differently in the part of the world you can control; here’s the YouTube link.

In America the western world, seems like nothing succeeds like excess; but we each have the power to, in ways big and small, be the change we want to see.

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2 Comments »

  1. Yeah I found this site a couple of days ago and did embed the video on my site.

    We are going to show it in church this week possibly.

    Comment by Rick Apperson — November 28, 2008 @ 10:48 pm

  2. [...] relief, water project, wells — paulthinkingoutloud @ 7:10 pm Many weeks ago, (Nov. 28) like many other bloggers, I posted a link to the Advent Conspiracy video, which encourages people [...]

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