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Dream Catchers - Learning to celebrate Christmas again - With Les Paul Morgan

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I can barely believe how fast the year 2017 is going by and that this month we will celebrate Christmas followed by new years and 2017 will soon be history. I know a lot of people have a hard time celebrating Christmas and New Year’s and let me tell you I used to be the same way but I had a change of heart!

I can totally understand if it’s hard on you myself! You see when I was only 8 Years old my brother David who was 21 years old who was muscular, handsome, and every girls Dream was out happily buying Christmas presents for my entire family.

When suddenly my brother Phil and I found by my brother David dead on the floor in our den with a shotgun laying on his chest dead one week to the Day before Christmas. The Sheriff’s department ruled it a suicide while others said it was an impossible way to kill yourself. I have always wanted to know what happened to him and why.

It took a very long time for my family and me especially me to be able to celebrate Christmas and the meaning of Christmas but I am here to say there is hope and healing if you begging to take the steps of recovery that are needed and so yes I know celebrate Christmas with love and joy in my heart and wish the very same to all of you!



1. Giving meaning and sharing the love this Christmas

2. Doing something special for those in need

3. Love Laughter and Joy

4. Shopping, Shipping and Giving

5. Remembering it’s better to give than to receive

6. Make a thankful list for all the good things this year

7. Being Grateful and filled with Gratitude for all that God

    has allowed us to do despite our disabilities