Christmas- the season of peace and love and hope. The spirit of Christmas can bring out the best in human beings, which I believe, is what our Lord hoped for when he was born over 2,000 years ago. But like a story, human beings have two sides. What also surfaces at this time of year (perhaps not as much as the rest of the year) is greed. How the Grinch Stole Christmas is the epitome of greed. To want and take everything that someones else has. It seems to me (and this is just my opinion) that people in today's world want more and more. Bigger is better mentality. And if I don't have the biggest and the fastest and the newest, then I will be discontent with my station in life. There are many discontented people out there. Two weeks ago I watched a segment on 60 Minutes about homeless kids living in their family's cars & trucks. This one young lady (about 14 years old) should be the spokesperson for all humanity! She and her younger brother lost their mother at a young age and live with their father (an out of work carpenter) in their truck in FL. They go to school. They go to the library in the evening to do their homework. They joined a free community theater so they have something to do in the evenings. And not once did you hear this kid complain!!! She tries to give back to the community. She makes the most of their situation and has great compassion for those less fortunate. LESS FORTUNATE???!! Less fortunate than she and her family living in a truck!!??? Boy do the rest of us need to take a page out of this girl's book on generosity of heart and little Cindy Lou Hoo in Hooville!!