By Mike Sokol
Each of us has (or, at least, should have) some sort of holiday tradition. Of course, many of these holiday traditions will be built around your own upbringing and culture. But for every culture that I’ve ever interacted with there seems to be a common thread. The winter months seem to be the best time to reflect on our ancestors and the various faiths we were brought up in. I think everyone can agree that memories of our parents, their own parents, and their parents’ parents are important to us since they help define where we came from and who we are.
So when I first heard this Paul Harvey “Rest of the Story” piece about “This Little Light” I was moved. And I would listen for it every year on my local AM radio station. Alas, that station is long gone and I haven’t heard “This Little Light” for a few decades, at least. But I dug up a copy for you to listen to and perhaps be moved as I was so long ago. So please spend the next 4 minutes with the master of storytelling, Paul Harvey. And feel free to comment below about any of your own favorite holiday traditions.
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Mike Sokol is an electrical and professional sound expert with 50+ years in the industry. His excellent book RV Electrical Safety is available at Amazon.com. For more info on Mike’s qualifications as an electrical expert, click here.
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