There are angels amongst us ...
I wanted to let you know of two special people who live around you in your town.
I grew up in Cumberland and have always loved the hills around “home” and the folks that made the living there so special.
It's Christmas — this year I have been particularly disenchanted with it — everything has been on hyperspeed to meet all the deadlines, etc., the economy, just a boatload of extra anxiety plus missing my mother, who passed this year — the Christmas spirit just wasn't in me — until yesterday!
I have a question for everyone and that is, why are some trying to take Christ out of Christmas from one year to the next?
Our 10 years of brutal and unnecessary wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have left tens of thousands of innocent civilians dead and wounded, forced over four million Iraqis into either internal or external exile, killed thousands of U.S. troops, grievously wounding many times that number, and wasted untold billions of dollars.
His name is Jesus! Let’s all celebrate Christmas with Jesus in mind this season. Jesus Christ is born.
In response to the letter to the editor by Judith Weller (“Don’t cut other services to meet educators’ demands,” Nov. 27 Times-News), I have a few comments to make.
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Nelson Mandela, one of few people in my corral of courageous leaders including Winston Churchill, Sir Thomas More, Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi and George Washington.
Jeremy Gosnell fails to understand that educational spending is subject to the availability of money (“Letter reflects an attitude common in Garrett County,” Dec. 7 Times-News).
Our United States is in the midst of an economic implosion that could make our Great Depression look like child’s play.
Consumers often get caught up in the spirit of giving this time of year, and it is easy to just buy one more gift for a loved one.