A Story Interpreting the Christmas Story 

A boy sits on the porch with his grandpa and dog. The dog sees a white rabbit race across the yard and takes after it howling like crazy off through the woods. Other dogs in the neighborhood hear the first dog and chase after it as it chases the rabbit. After a time, the other dogs drop the chase one and by one. Only the first dog is left. "Why is our day the only one left still chasing the rabbit, Grandpa?" "Boy," Grandpa replied,"once a dog has seen a white rabbit he never stops chasing. Those other dogs only heard our dog chasing the white rabbit. And they'll stop chasing him pretty quick."

Our chance to newly chase or renew the chase of our White Rabbit comes again this Christmas. Do what you need to with that chance.

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