Why I Still Believe in Santa Claus…Responses

Why I Still Believe in Santa Claus…Responses

DEAR PAULETTE,

There is a Santa Claus. Thanks for reconfirming that in your beautifully written column.

Stan Morrison “116”


I BELIEVE IN SANTA CLAUS TOO.

He was real just like me and you. He was a great man. Whenever society discovers a great man it finds a way to immortalize him so that he remains a model or inspiration for mankind. We did it with Jesus, Hercules, Samson, King David, Moses, and a long line of American heroes. We will continue to immortalize our heroes, just like the president that never told a lie. We call people saints by finding something in their lives we can call a miracle.

Charles Bibbs


AMEN !!!!

There needs to be some mystery in every child’s life…reality will hit soon enough.

Dell Roberts


SO TRUE.

I would have given the same emotional advice! 

Bob Tenczar


BLACK SANTA

Can you believe at 45 years old I FINALLY got to take my first Santa photo with a Black Santa? Yep? Had to go to Culver City to do it, but I got my wish. The experience was so awesome as many of the African-Americans at the event I went to thought I was crazy. I had to let them know, “Although I look like I’m from LA…I AM FROM THE IE…and I promise you…I have NEVER SEEN A BLACK SANTA at any of the malls I frequent in that area.” I was so excited too because “my Santa” looked so vintage…handsome and a perfect replica of what a Santa should be…Beautiful, indeed.

LaTasha Porter

About The Author

Dr Main Sidebar

ACROBATIC MATHEMATICAL THINKING (6)

A powerful Creative and Critical Thinking exercise is to first learn shapes of the Pyramid, Square, Trapezius, Trapezoid, Rectangle, Triangle, Circle, Octagon, Ellipse, Lunette; study which are Cosmic and/or and human-made; and determine what are indications for using...

MATHEMATICS OF AFRICAN TRADITION FOR BLACK YOUTH (5)

Patterns, Shapes, and Forms are fundamental tools to help one see and give meaning to Real, Surreal, and Unreal Things. These contribute to understanding and the explaining of Principles (unchanging realities), Events (changing realities), Settings, Situations, and...

***AFRICAN UBUNTU IS SPIRITUAL “ME/WE” (1)

“ME/WE” is an: "All for One, One for all" concept of African Zulus, called Ubuntu. The Nguni Bantu define it as connection of all “Humanity”—meaning its “Sameness” creation is the Cosmic Force. They translate it as: “I am because we are”; or “Humanity towards others”...

Share This