A few days before Christmas, a six-year-old boy walked up to a department store Santa Claus and said,
“You don’t have to worry about me this year. We’ve got Visa and Mastercard!”
For weeks now, many of you, perhaps, have been asking one another, “What do you want for Christmas?”
A child’s quick answer might have been a bike, or some video games or a puppy. But for many of us adults, perhaps, it has been more difficult to put into words what we really want for Christmas.
Some of you might remember Dave Garroway, the first television personality to host the “Today Show” …
After he had become a very wealthy man, Garroway was once asked to put his Christmas desire into words. He replied, “I’ve noticed when people are asked what they want for Christmas, nine times out of ten the answer is something material. I happen to be one of those people who can afford almost anything he wants. But I find…
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