Good Grief, Charlie Brown

I wrote this a week ago, but somehow it didn’t get published!

I grew up with A Charlie Brown Christmas.  And while I don’t watch television regularly any more, it remains one of my fondest memories of the medium.  It doesn’t surprise me at all to learn that 46 years ago, television executives were probably just as leery of the show’s appeal as they would be today.  

But it’s a good reminder of what we can accomplish in large and small ways if we attempt to remain true to our convictions, rather than cave to the pressures of the culture around us.  

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