There was a peasant with a troubled conscience who went to a monk for advice. He said that he had circulated an awful story about a friend, only to find out later that the story was not true. “If you want to make peace with your conscience,” the monk said, “you must fill a bag with chicken feathers, go to every door in the village, and drop at each of them one fluffy feather.”
A growing trend among bloggers is to provide readers with pre-fabricated tweets – such as a short quote from a blog post – that can be tweeted instantly simply by clicking on a link that says “Tweet that” or “Click to tweet” after the quote. I call these “Quick Tweets”. Here is an example.
Quick Tweets can help spread your blog’s message. (Tweet that!)
Go ahead and click on “Tweet that!” and see what happens.
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[PART 4 OF 5]
I believe that the story of Santa Claus is the story of God!
In the last article, we discussed Santa’s list. We noticed the similarities between Santa’s “nice” and “naughty” lists, and God’s. In this article, we will continue to explore the parable-like nature of the Santa Claus story, and its ability to help us understand God a little better.