Tuesday, December 13, 2011

God Bless Us, Everyone

The Christmas season just wouldn't be complete without Charles Dickens classic tale A Christmas Carol. I can think of no better place to enjoy this amazing play than with a trip to Ford's Theatre. The theater has maintained its historic charm after all these years allowing the timeless classic to really come to life and fit right in with the venue.
Here you can see me with the stage and on the right you can see where Abraham Lincoln was enjoying a show when John Wilkes Booth shot him. Kind of a sullen thought for such an amazing venue.
Thanks to all my friends for joining me to celebrate the Christmas season.
Lessons learned from Christmas Carol
1. The deeds you do in this life can either put a brick on your mansion or add a link to your chain. 
2. You need to live in the past, the present and the future. 
3. Mankind needs to be careful that they don't fall into Want and Ignorance. 
4. Don't be so consumed about getting ahead that you leave everything else that matters to you behind. 
5. When you become so self consumed, you only hurt yourself. 
6. Bah Humbug is an unhealthy syndrome. 

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