Everyone loves a good story, and the holidays are chock full of stories: of Grinches and Scrooges transformed; of a baby and three wise men; of George Bailey’s guardian angel and of Ralphie’s Red Ryder air rifle; of a generous, white-bearded man in red; of menorahs and dreidels; and of winter solstice.
What might be the underlying benefit to remembering and sharing these stories from generation to generation? To what degree – if any – must we scrutinize these stories for veracity to receive moral lessons and spiritual gifts from them? Join us to ponder these questions and hear the rest of the story.
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