Why cannot we accentuate our lives with Christmas-tree lights year round? Regardless of the presence of presents or the preferred nomination regarding the kind of lights identified, illumination aglow in a darkest world is needed always, even when there is no snow nor Reindeer with gifts in tow. Perhaps it would be perceived as hokum to proffer that the peace the world has been seeking would be found in the allowance of glowing lights wrapped around our structures during every season, but, also, perhaps its establishment would be a watershed moment, proving that the most needed intangible-impossible concept could be derived from the most ordinary of items, not because material can produce immaterial, but, rather, because material can both represent and produce a *feeling* and feelings of the joyous and peaceful kind *can* create the intangible-impossible. If evidence supporting the possibility shall be required, an adversaria regarding Christmas-tree-light experiences, which will clearly be a collection of only the most resplendent thoughts, shall be presented posthaste–and wrapped in Snoopy-with-Woodstock-on-an-illuminated-dog-house holiday paper, too, of course. ; )

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