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【整理】Issue 139 ---jeanneleaf

 

Christmas is a time for celebration. But this year it is a more sombre occasion for many. Some of those things which could once have been taken for granted suddenly seem less certain, and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world. Whether it is the global economy or violence in a distant land, effects can be keenly felt at home.

 

Once again many of our service men and women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to troubled places. In this 90th year since the end of the First World War, the last survivors recently commemorated the service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Their successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm's way in the service of others. For their loved ones, the worry will never cease until they are safely home.

 

In such times as these, we can all learn some lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in a new perspective. And certainly, we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years, those who have seemed to me to be the most happy, contented and fulfilled have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives; the kind of people who are generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others whether they number among the great philanthropists or are people who with whatever they have simply have a desire to help those less fortunate than themselves.

 

What they offer comes in the form of what can easily be recognized as service to the nation or service to the wider community. As often as not, however, their unselfishness is a simply taken-for-granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat, instead they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future.

 

I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our families and friends. Indeed, Prince Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year for our son, The Prince of Wales.

 

60 years ago, he was baptized here in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own unique contributions to society. Through his charities, the Prince of Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community, and now his sons are following in his footsteps.  

 

At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones and perhaps reflection on the memories of those no longer with us.

 


I hope that, like me, you will be comforted by the example of Jesus of Nazareth, who, often in circumstances of great adversity, managed to live an outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless millions of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday at Christmas, inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving than receiving; more in serving than in being served.

 


We can surely be grateful that, two thousand years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw inspiration from his life and message, and find in him a source of strength and courage. I hope that the Christmas message will encourage and sustain you, too, now and in the coming year.

 


I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

 

 

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Christmas is a time for celebration. But this year it is a more sombre occasion for many. Some of those things which could once have been taken for granted suddenly seem less certain, and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world. Whether it is the global economy or violence in a distant land, effects can be keenly felt at home.

 

Once again many of our service men and women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to troubled places. In this 90s years since the end of the First World War, the last survivals recently commemorated the service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Their successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm's way in the service of others. For their loved ones, the worry will never cease until they are safely home.

 

In such times as these we can all learn some lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in a new perspective. And certainly, we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years, those who have seemed to me to be the most happy, contented and fulfilled have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives; the kind of people who are generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others whether they number among the great philanthropists or are people who with whatever they have, simply have a desire to help those less fortunate than themselves.

 

What they offer comes in the form of what can easily be recognized as service to the nation or service to the wider community. As often as not, however, their unselfishness is a simply taken-for-granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat, instead they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future.

 

I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our own families and friends. Indeed, Prince Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year for our son, The Prince of Wales.

 

60 years ago, he was baptized here in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own unique contributions to society. Through his charities, The Prince of Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community, and now his sons are following in his footsteps.   

 

At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones and perhaps reflection on the memories of those no longer with us.


I hope that, like me, you will be comforted by the example of Jesus of Nazareth who, often in circumstances of great adversity, managed to live an outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless millions of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday at Christmas, inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving than receiving; more in serving than in being served.


We can surely be grateful that, two thousand years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw inspiration from his life and message, and to find in him a source of strength and courage. I hope that the Christmas message will encourage and sustain you, too, now and in the coming year.


I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

 

    

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Christmas is a time for celebration. But this year it is a more sombre occasion for many. Some of those things which could once have been taken for granted suddenly seem less certain, and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world. Whether it is the global economy or violence in a distant land, effects can be keenly felt at home.

 

Once again many of our service men and women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to trouble places. In this 90s year since the end of the First World War, the last survivals recently commemorated the service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Their successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm's way in the service of others. For their loved ones, the worry will never cease until they are safely home.

 

In such times as these we can all learn some lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in a new perspective. And certainly, we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years, those who have seemed to me to be the most happy, contented and fulfilled have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives; the kind of people who are generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others whether they number among the great philanthropists or are people who with whatever they have, simply have a desire to help those less fortunate than themselves.

 

What they offer comes in the form of what can easily be recognized as service to the nation or service to the wider community. As often as not, however, their unselfishness is a simply taken-for-granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat, instead they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future.

 

I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our (own去掉) families and friends. Indeed, Prince Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year for our son, The Prince of Wales.

 

60 years ago, he was baptized here in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own unique contributions to society. Through his charities, The Prince of Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community, and now his sons are following in his footsteps.   

 

At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones and perhaps reflection on the memories of those no longer with us.


I hope that, like me, you will be comforted by the example of Jesus of Nazareth who, often in circumstances of great adversity, managed to live an outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless millions of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday at Christmas, inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving than receiving; more in serving than in being served.


We can surely be grateful that, two thousand years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw inspiration from his life and message, and (to去掉) find in him a source of strength and courage. I hope that the Christmas message will encourage and sustain you, too, now and in the coming year.


I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

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Christmas is a time for celebration. But this year it is a more sombre occasion for many. Some of those things which could once have been taken for granted suddenly seem less certain, and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world. Whether it is the global economy or violence in a distant land, effects can be keenly felt at home.

 

Once again many of our service men and women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to troubled places. In this 90th year since the end of the First World War, the last survivors recently commemorated the service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Their successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm's way in the service of others. For their loved ones, the worry will never cease until they are safely home.

 

In such times as these we can all learn some lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in a new perspective. And certainly, we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years, those who have seemed to me to be the most happy, contented and fulfilled have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives; the kind of people who are generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others whether they number among the great philanthropists or are people who with whatever they have, simply have a desire to help those less fortunate than themselves.

 

What they offer comes in the form of what can easily be recognized as service to the nation or service to the wider community. As often as not, however, their unselfishness is a simply taken-for-granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat, instead they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future.

 

I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our families and friends. Indeed, Prince Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year for our son, The Prince of Wales.

 

60 years ago, he was baptized here in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own unique contributions to society. Through his charities, The Prince of Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community, and now his sons are following in his footsteps.  

 

At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones and perhaps reflection on the memories of those no longer with us.

 


I hope that, like me, you will be comforted by the example of Jesus of Nazareth who, often in circumstances of great adversity, managed to live an outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless millions of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday at Christmas, inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving than receiving; more in serving than in being served.

 


We can surely be grateful that, two thousand years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw inspiration from his life and message, and find in him a source of strength and courage. I hope that the Christmas message will encourage and sustain you, too, now and in the coming year.

 


I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

 

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Christmas is a time for celebration. But this year it is a more somber occasion for many. Some of those things, which were once taken for granted, suddenly seem less certain, and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world. Whether it is global economy or violence in the distant land, the effects can be keenly felt at home.

 

Once again, many of our service men or women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to troubled places. In this 90th year since the end the First World War, the last survivors recently commemorated a service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. The successors in theatres such as Iraque and Afhanistan, are still to be found in harm’s way in their service of others. For their loved ones, their worry will never cease until they are safely home.

 

In such times as these, we can all learn some of the lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in a new perspective, and certainly, we begin to ask ourselves, where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years, those who have seemed to me to be most happy, contented and fulfilled, have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives. The kind of people were generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others. Whether they number among the great philanthropists, or are people who with whatever they have, simply have a desire to help people less fortunate than themselves. What they offer comes in the form, or what can easily be recognized, are service to the nation, or service to the wider community. As often as not, however, their unselfishness is simply taken for granted part of their life of their family or neighbourhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and as a precious gift, for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat. Instead, they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future.  

 

I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our families and friends. Indeed, princess Philip and I can reflect on the blessing,    comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year for our son Prince of Wales. Sixty years ago he was baptised here in the Music Room of Buckingham Palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own, unique contributions to our society. Through his charities, the Prince of Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community. And now his sons are following his footsteps.

 

As Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones and perhaps reflections on the memories of those no long with us. I hope that like me you will be comforted by the example of Jesus of Nazareth, who often in circumstances of great adversity managed to live an outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life.

 

Countless Millions of people round the world continue to celebrate his birthday of Christmas, inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving and receiving, more in serving than being served. We can surely be grateful that two thousand years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw from him inspiration from his life and  message and find in him a source of strength and courage. I hope that the Christmas message will encourage and sustain you, too, now and in the coming year. I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

Christmas is a time for celebration. But this year it is a more sombre occasion for many. Some of those things which could once have been taken for granted suddenly seem less certain, and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world. Whether it is the global economy or violence in a distant land, effects can be keenly felt at home. Once again many of our service men and women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to troubled places. In this 90th year since the end of the First World War, the last survivors recently commemorated the service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Their successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm's way in the service of others. For their loved ones, the worry will never cease until they are safely home. In such times as these we can all learn some lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in a new perspective. And certainly, we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years, those who have seemed to me to be the most happy, contented and fulfilled have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives; the kind of people who are generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others whether they number among the great philanthropists or are people who with whatever they have, simply have a desire to help those less fortunate than themselves. What they offer comes in the form of what can easily be recognized as service to the nation or service to the wider community. As often as not, however, their unselfishness is a simply taken-for-granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat, instead they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future. I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our families and friends. Indeed, Prince Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year for our son, The Prince of Wales. 60 years ago, he was baptized here in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own unique contributions to society. Through his charities, The Prince of Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community, and now his sons are following in his footsteps. At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones and perhaps reflection on the memories of those no longer with us. I hope that, like me, you will be comforted by the example of Jesus of Nazareth who, often in circumstances of great adversity, managed to live an outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless millions of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday at Christmas, inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving than receiving; more in serving than in being served. We can surely be grateful that, two thousand years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw inspiration from his life and message, and find in him a source of strength and courage. I hope that the Christmas message will encourage and sustain you, too, now and in the coming year. I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

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Christmas is a time for celebration. But this year it is a more somber occasion for many. Some of those things, which were once taken for granted, suddenly seem less certain, and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world. Whether it is global economy or violence in a distant land, the effects can be keenly felt at home. Once again, many of our service men or women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to troubled places. In this 90th year since the end the First World War, the last survivors recently commemorated a service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. The successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan, are still to be found in harms way in their service of others. For their loved ones, their worry will never cease until they are safely home. In such times as these, we can all learn some of the lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in a new perspective, and certainly, we begin to ask ourselves, where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years, those who have seemed to me to be most happy, contented and fulfilled have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives. The kinds of people were generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others. Whether they number among the great philanthropists, or are people who with whatever they have simply have a desire to help those who are less fortunate than themselves. What they offer comes in the form, or what can easily be recognized, are service to the nation, or service to the wider community. As often as not, however, their unselfishness is a simply taken-for-granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and as a precious gift, for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat. Instead, they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future.

 “How are you? You know who I am.” What’s this? You got a book as well. Slow as you brother. You got a book as well.”“ You must be so proud”“. Absolutely so proud.”“ You kept very quiet. How come you kept so quiet during the service.”“ They’re light. You drank all this during the whole service.” It’s probably alright, wasn’t it ”.“I love you three, Minster three. Brave, all brave you. And very well down. Enjoy your Christmas.”

I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our families and friends. Indeed, Prince Philip and I could reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year for our son Prince of Wales. Sixty years ago he was baptized here in the music room of Buckingham Palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own, unique contributions to society. Through his charities, the Prince of Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community. And now his sons are following his footsteps. As Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones and perhaps reflections on the memories of those no longer with us. I hope that like me you will be comforted by the example of Jesus of Nazareth, who often in circumstances of great adversity managed to live an outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless Millions of people round the world continue to celebrate his birthday at Christmas, inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving and receiving, more in serving than being served. We can surely be grateful that two thousand years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw inspiration from his life and message and find in him a source of strength and courage. I hope that the Christmas message will encourage and sustain you too, now and in the coming year. I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

 

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Christmas is a time for celebration, but this year which is more somber occasions for many. Some of those things which could once have been taking for granted suddenly seem less certain, unnaturally giving rise of feeling insecurity. People are touched by evens which have the roots far across the world, whether is the globe economy or violence in the distant land. Effect can be keenly felt at home. Once again many of our men and women are serving on operations in common course to bring peace and security to trouble places. In this 90s year since the end of first world war the last survivals recently commemorated the service and enormous sacrifice of their own generations. Their successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm’s way in the service of others. For their loved one that worry will nerve ceased until they are safely home. In such time of this we can all learn some lessons from the past, we may begin to see things on a new perspective, uncertainly we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years those who have seemed to be the most happy, contained and fulfilled have always being the people who have lived most outgoing and unselfish lives. The kind of people who are generous with that talent or their time, there are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others whether the number among great philanthropists or the people who with whatever they have simply have desire to help those less fortune than themselves. What they offer comes into the forms or what can easily be recognized a service to the nations or the service to be white community. As often as not, however their unselfishness is simply taking for granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood. The tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and a precious gift for which we should be thankful. When life seemed hard the courage just do not lay down and accept defeat, instead they are all and all determine to struggle for the better future. I think we have a huge among to learn for individual such as this, and what I believe many of them share with them. It’s a source of strength and piece of mind in our families and friends. Indeed, Price Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family, in this special year for our son, the prince Wales. 60 years ago he was baptized here in the Music Room in Buckingham Palace, as parents and grand parents we feel great proud in seeing our family making their own unique contributions to society. Though his challenges the Price Wales has worked to support the young people and other corties for the benefit of white community. and now his sons following his footsteps. At Christmas we feel very fortunately to have our family around us, but for many of you this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones, and perhaps reflection on the memories of those of no longer with us. I hope that like me you will be comforted by the example of Jesus and Nazareth who often in the circumstances of great diversity manage to live on outgoing, unselfish and sacrificially lives. Countless million of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday Christmas inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness on satisfaction lay more in giving than receiving, more in serving than in being served. We can surely be grateful, the 2008 of the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to drew inspiration from his life and massage and finding him the source of strength and courage. I hope this Christmas massage will encourage and sustain you too. Now and the coming year, I wish you all a very happy Christmas.
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Christmas is a time for celebration, but this year it’s a more somber occasion for many. Some of those things which could once have been taking for granted suddenly seem less certain, unnaturally give rise of feeling insecurity. People are touched by evens which have the roots far across the world, whether is the globally economy or violence in the distant land. Effects can be keenly felt at home. Once again many of our service men and women are serving on operations in common course to bring peace and security to trouble places. In this 90s year since the end of first world war the last survivals recently commemorated the service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Their successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm’s way in the service of others. For their loved one their worry will nerve cease until they are safely home. In such time of this we can all learn some lessons from the past, we might begin to see things in a new perspective, uncertainly we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years those who have seemed to be the most happy, contained and fulfilled are always being the people who have lived most outgoing and unselfish lives, the kind of people who are generous with their talent or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others, whether they’re a number among great philanthropists or the people who with whatever they have, simply have a desire to help those less fortunate than themselves. What they offer comes into the form or what can easily be recognized a service to the nation or service to be white community. As often as not however, their unselfishness is a simply taken for granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood.(我觉得这句意思是说:经常,却不仅仅如此,他们的无私成为了他们的家庭或邻里的生活中理所当然的一部分.) The tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard the courage just do not lie down and accept defeat, instead they are all and all determined to struggle for a better future. I think we have a huge amount to learn from individual such as these, and what I believe many of us share with them. It’s a source of strength and piece of mind in our families and friends. Indeed, Price Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family, in this special year for our son, the prince Wales. 60 years ago he was baptized here in the Music Room in Buckingham Palace, as parents and grand parents we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own unique contributions to society. Through his challenges the Price Wales has worked to support the young people and other courses for the benefit of white community. And now his sons are following his footsteps. At Christmas we feel very fortunately to have our family around us, but for many of you this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones, and perhaps reflection on the memories of those of no longer with us. I hope that like me you will be comforted by the example of Jesus and Nazareth who often in circumstances of great diversity manage to live on outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless millions of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday Christmas inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving than in receiving, more in serving than in being served. We can surely be grateful, the 2008 of the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to drew inspiration from his life and message and finding him the source of strength and courage. I hope this Christmas message will encourage and sustain you ,too. Now and the coming year, I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

 

 

 

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Christmas is a time for celebration, but this year it is a more sombre occasion for many, some of those things which can once been taken for granted, certainly seems less certain, but naturally give rises to feelings of insecurity, people are touched by events which have their roots far across the world, where there it is globally economy, or violence in a distant land, effects can be keenly felt at home.

Once again, many of us service men and women are serving on operations, in common cause to bring peace and security to trouble places, in this 90th years  since the end of first world war, the last survivors recently commemorated in a normal sacrifices of their own generation, ]

Their successes in theaters such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found  in harms way in the services of others, for their loved ones worry will never cease until they are safety home.

 

In such time since these, we can all learn some lessons from the past, we might begin to see the things in a new prospective, and certainly, we begin to ask ourselves, where it is that we can find lasting happiness? Over the years, those who have seemed to be the most happy, contented and fulfilled ,have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives, the kind of people were generous with their talents or their time , there are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others,  Whether they number around with great .., or people who with whatever they have, simply have a desire to help those less fortunate than themselves.

what they offer comes in the form, what can easily be recognized, as services to the nation, or services to the wider community, as all of us,,, their unselfishness is simply taken for granted, part of the life of their family or neighborhood, they tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings, and it is precious gift, for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat, instead they are all determined, to struggle for a better future.

 

How are you ,get well again? What’s this? You get a book as well,    you must be so proud,   you can’t very quiet,  

 

I think we have a huge amount to learn, from individuals such as these, and what I believe many of us share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind, in our families and friends. Indeed prince Philip can reflect a blessing confidence support we ‘ve gained from our own family, in this special year for our son , the prince of Wales. 60 years ago he was baptized here in the musical hall of Buckingham palace, his parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own unique contributions to society, during his charities, Princes Wales has worked to support the young people and other causes for the benefit for wider community, now his sons are following his foodsteps.

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At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us, but for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from loved ones, and perhaps reflections on memories of those no longer with us, I hope that,like me,  by the example of  Jesus of Nazareth, who often in circumstances, of great adversity, managed to live an outgoing, unselfish, and sacrificial life, millions of people, around the world, continue to celebrate his birth year Christmas inspired by his teaching, he makes it clear, the genuine human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving than receiving; more in severing than being severed. we can surely be grateful, for 2000 years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw inspirations from his life message , and finding him a source of strength and courage, I hope the Christmas message will courage and sustain you too, now and in the coming year, I wish you all a very happy Christmas

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Christmas is a time for celebration.But this year is more sombre occasion for many. Some of those things which could once have been taken for granted suddenly seems less certain, and naturally give rise to the feelings of insecurtiy.People are touched by the events which have their roots far across the world ,whether it is gobal economy or the violence in the distant land. Effects can be keenly felt at home. Once again many of our service men and women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to trouble places.In this 90s years since the end of the First World War. The last survivals recently comemorated the service of enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Thir successors in theatres such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm’s way in the service of others. For their loved ones, worry never cease until they are safely home. In such time as these, we can all learn some lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in a new perspective. Incertainly we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years those who have seemed to be happy, contented and fulfilled are always being the people who lived most outgoing and unselfish lives.The kind of people who are generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity ro good fortune for the benefit of others whether they number amony the great philanthropists or are people who with whatever they have.All those simply have the desire to help those less fortunate than themselves. When they offer comes in the form of what can easily be recognized are service to the nation or service to the wider community.As often as not, however, they are unselfishness is a simply taken-for-granted part of the life of their family or neighbourhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift for which we should be thankful.When life seems hard, the courages do not lie down and accept defeat. Instead they are all the more determined to struggle fot the better future. I thind we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us shared with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our families and friends.Indeed prince Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, confident support we have gained from our own family int the special year for our son prince Wales. Sixty years ago ,he was baptized at Buckingham palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own ,unique controbutions to society. Through his charities, prince Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community., and now his son are following his footsteps.At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you ,this Chirstmas will mean separation from loved ones and perhaps reflections on the memories of those no longer with us.I hope that like me ,you will be comforted by the example of Jesus of Nazareth who often in circumstances of great adversity ,managed to live an outgoing unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless millions of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday at Christmas inspired by his teaching, he makes it clear that genuine human happiness and satisfaciton lie more in giving than receiving, more in serving than being served. We can surely be gratefulthat,2000years after the birth of Jesus so many of us are able to draw inspiration from his life and message, and to find him a source of strength and courage.I hope this Christmas message will encourage and sustain you,too now and in the coming year.I wish you all a very happy Christmas.

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Christmas is a time for celebration.At this year it is a somber occasion for many. Some of these thing which could once have been taken for granted, suddenly seem less certain and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world. Whether it is global economy or violence of distant land, effects could be keenly felt at home.Once again, many of our service men and women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to toubled places.In this 90th year since the end of first world war,the last survials recently commemorated the service and enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Now successes in theater such as Irqu and Afghanistan, are still to be found a harm's way in the service of others.For their loved ones, the worry will never cease until they are safely home.In such times as these, we can all learn some lessons from the past.We might begin to see things in a new perspctive. Certaily, we began to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness.Over the years, those who have seem to me to be the most happy, contented and fulfilled have always been the people who have lived the most outgoing and unselfish lives. The kind of people who are generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity and good fortune for the benefit of others whether the number among the rich philanthropist, all the people who with whatever they have simply have a desire to help those less forturn than themselves. What they offer comes in the form, what can easily be recognized, a service to the nation or serve to the wider community. As often as not however,their unselfishness is simply taken for granted part the life of the family or neighbood. They turned to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift which should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courages just do not lie down and accept defeat.Instead they are all more determined to struggle for a better future. I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of the share with them is a source of strength and peace of mind in our familiys and friends. Indeed, Prince Philips and I would reflect on blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year of for our son, the prince wales. 60 years ago, he was baptized here in the Music Room in Buckingham Palace.His parents and grand parents, we have felt great pride and seen our family make their own unqiue contributions to the society. Though his charities, the Prince Wales has worked to support the young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community.Now his son is following his footsteps. At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us.But for many of you this Christmas would mean the sepration for loved ones and perhaps reflection on the memories of those no longer with us. I hope like me you will be comforted by a sample Jesus Narzoron who often in the circumstances for great adverstiy manage to live to an outgoing and unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless, millions of people around the world continue to celebrate his birthday at Christmatinspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that geneniun human happiness and satisfaction lie more in giving than receiving, more in serving than being served. We can surely be grateful that 2000 years after the birth of Juese, so many of us are able to draw inspration from his life and message and finding him the source of strength and courage. I hope this Christmas message will encourage and sustain you too now and the coming year. I wish you all a very happy Christmas.
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Christmas is a time for celebration. But in this year it is a more somber occasion for many. Some of these things which have once been taken for granted suddenly seems less certain, and naturally give rise to feelings of insecurity. People are touched by events which have their roots far across the world, whether it is the global economy or violence in a distant land, effects can be keenly felt at home. Once again many of us service men and women are serving on operations in common cause to bring peace and security to trouble places. In this 90th year since the end of the First World War, the last survivors recently commemorated the service of enormous sacrifice of their own generation. Their successors in theatre such as Iraq and Afghanistan are still to be found in harm’s way in the service of others. For their loved ones, worries will never cease till their safety home. In such times as these, we could all learn some lessons from the past. We might begin to see things in new perspective. And certainly we begin to ask ourselves where it is that we can find lasting happiness. Over the years those we have seemed to me to be most happy, contented, and fulfilled have always been the people who have lived a most outgoing and unselfish lives, the kind of people who are generous with their talents or their time. There are those who use their prosperity or good fortune for the benefit of others. Whether they number among the great philanthropists or the people who, with whatever they have, simply have a desire to help those less fortunate than themselves. What they often comes in a form what can easily be recognized as service to the nation and the service to the wider community. As often as not however, their unselfishness is simply taken-for-granted part of the life of their family or neighborhood. They tend to have some sense that life itself is full of blessings and is a precious gift for which we should be thankful. When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat. Instead, they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future. I think we have a huge amount to learn from individuals such as these. And what I believe many of us share with them is source of strength and peace of mind in our families and friends. Indeed Princess Philip and I can reflect on the blessing, comfort and support we have gained from our own family in this special year for our son Prince of Wales. 60 years ago, he was baptized here in the music room of Buckingham Palace. As parents and grandparents, we feel great pride in seeing our family make their own unique contributions to the society. Through his charities, Prince of Wales has worked to support young people and other causes for the benefit of the wider community. Now his son is following his footsteps. At Christmas, we feel very fortunate to have our family around us. But for many of you, this Christmas will mean separation from the loved ones and perhaps reflection on the memories of those who are no longer with us. I hope like me you would be comforted by the example of Jesus of Narzareth, who often in circumstances of great adversity managed to live an outgoing, unselfish and sacrificial life. Countless millions of people in the world continued to celebrate his birth year Christmas and inspired by his teaching. He makes it clear that genuine human happiness lie more in giving than receiving, more in serving than being served. We can surely be grateful that 2000 years after the birth of Jesus, so many of us are able to draw inspiration from his life and message and find in him a source of strength and courage. I hope the Christmas message will encourage and sustain you too now and in the coming year. I wish you all a very happy Christmas!
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