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Cherish The Season

>As Christmas begins to draw over us this evening we must hold close to our hearts the many blessings we enjoy, not only as artists, but as men and women who celebrate freely in the manner or faith we chose to do so. Many candles will be lit tonight at many Christmas Eve services around the world that celebrate the original reason for the season, which is the birth of Jesus Christ.

As you enjoy wonderful Christmas meals and goodies, and open beautifully wrapped presents from thoughtful friends and relatives, please take a brief moment to remember the valiant service of the many men and women of this great nation’s military who are deployed all around the globe. They will not be with their loved ones sharing in the delight and festivities that this holiday time of year brings. Rather they will, again, be standing guard and watch over the freedom and liberty we have to enjoy another season of celebration.

Take a moment this Christmas and pause in whatever manner of reverence for the continued safety of our military and civilian law enforcement. Remember that they and their loved ones have given up and sacrificed much in support of our great country. They have answered a high calling to serve and protect, a burden they willingly carry for us, and we must never forget to show appreciation, care, and respect for what they do. Without their vigilance there would be no freedom to celebrate a holiday that this nation cherishes, and in the religious fashion people choose to do so.

Christmas will also bear the marks of the brave and courageous who have fallen in the line of duty. The families and loved ones they have left behind will have empty places and heavy hearts that are still healing from their loss. Let us honor them in remembrance of their ultimate sacrifice. We are thankful for those who have safely returned and let us always show our gratitude for their patriotic service. May you have a truly blessed and meaningful Christmas holiday and wishing you the most prosperous New Year ever in 2010.

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