So, You're Alone for the Holidays

Give, grow, glow

When we first meet Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens'

A Christmas Carol, 

 he is both miserly and miserable.

And alone.

“Bah humbug!”

But as you remember, he learns the errors of his ways and discovers the “giver’s glow,” writes author Stephen Post.

By the end of the book, Scrooge is dancing in the streets, delighted with his newfound generosity of heart.  What changed him? Is there a message for you?

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