Merry Christmas from Medellin

The Christmas season can sometimes be the saddest in the year.  Sometimes it seems like the authorities want to keep up in prison.  In fact, they are trying to make our homes into fortresses.

See this greeting card:

Miller Christmas (1981)

On November 26, the New York Times featured a message from Pope Francis. See his conclusion below.

To come out of this crisis better, we have to recover the knowledge that as a people we have a shared destination. The pandemic has reminded us that no one is saved alone. What ties us to one another is what we commonly call solidarity. Solidarity is more than acts of generosity, important as they are; it is the call to embrace the reality that we are bound by bonds of reciprocity. On this solid foundation we can build a better, different, human future.

Best wishes from Medellin,

Ed and Silvia  
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