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By Delcie Light

Delcie Light has been married for 53 years to Bill Light. They have three grown children: Christiane is a V.P. at Universal-NBC in California, Bill is an attorney in Manhattan Beach CA, and Jim lives in Devils Lake and owns and operates Computer ...

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Delcie Light has been married for 53 years to Bill Light. They have three grown children: Christiane is a V.P. at Universal-NBC in California, Bill is an attorney in Manhattan Beach CA, and Jim lives in Devils Lake and owns and operates Computer Clinic. The Light’s enjoy 8 grandchildren.

Delcie earned a B.S. from NDSU and a M.S. from UND. She has taught people from 3-73, but mostly teenagers for 25 years at DLHS.

She enjoys family (including a dog and two cats), home, flowers, watching kids and critters, travel, living in North Dakota with 4 seasons, reading, writing, researching (the wonders of a computer!), and genealogy.

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What is on your letter to Santa?
Living where we do and when we do, most of us lack for nothing.
I have family, friends, a home, an education, pets, health.  However, I am keenly aware that many, many people around the world, and in the US, lack homes, food, education, jobs, opportunities, basic sanitation and safety.  So, my list for Christmas and the New Year is:

  1. Jobs for those who need one

  2. Shelter for the homeless

  3. Nutritious meals for the hungry

  4. Health care for all, including mental health care

  5. Safety for those who are abused:  women, children, the disabled and elderly, and yes, the animals who are abused, fearful, and neglected

  6. Warm, clean clothes for the needy

  7. A toy for every child

  8. A friend or a pet for the lonely

  9. Education for all in the arts, sciences, history, math, wise living.

  10.  Elected officials who work for the good of the People

  11. A spirit of cooperation in congress and all nations  

  12. Acceptance of differences

  13. Stewardship of the land, air, water, and all resources

  14. Gratitude to those people and animlals who protect

  15. Gratitude to those people and animals who tend the sick and  frail

  16. Gratitude to those who grow, tend, and harvest food

  17. Gratitude to animals who give their lives that we may eat

  18. Gratitude to those who clean our homes, yards, offices, schools,hospitals

  19. Gratitude to those who forgive and who work toward reconciliation

  20. Gratitude to those who build and maintain buildings, transportation systems, sanitary and water systems

  21. Gratitude to parents who raise kind, responsible adults who will create Peace on Earth…


 May we all as individuals and as citizens of the world exemplify the Meaning of the Season.
 

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