Children | Materialism | Toys

“My children, our love is not to be just words or mere talk, but something real and active; only by this can we be certain that we are children of the truth” (I John 3:18-19).

A mother wrote the following letter to the “family advice” column of a daily newspaper: When my 3-year-old daughter discovered a hope chest containing some long discarded reminders of my childhood, she came up with a tattered rag doll. She brought it to me, and I fondled it as I recalled the years of love hugged into its sadly ragged body. But I was dismayed when she stood at my knee and asked, “What can it do?”

On television, on store counters and shelves, and…

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