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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Happy Holidays!

The author Francis C. Farley once said about Christmas that "Instead of being a time of unusual behavior, Christmas is perhaps the only time in the year when people can obey their natural impulses and express their true sentiments without feeling self-conscious and, perhaps, foolish.  Christmas, in short, is about the only chance a man has to be himself." 

People around the world celebrate the Christmas holiday, often irregardless of religion or nationality, and it is one of the few days of the year when so many different cultures can come together and observe a similar day of respect, showing love to one another, and living as mankind was truly meant to exist.  One does not necessarily have to have a Christian belief in order to believe that this is a special day of the year, and find their own manner in which to be a little bit different towards each other.  A little bit better.  A little bit more like people always talk about in speeches, and ask for in prayer, and dream about for our future.  But if only people realized that the saying "If every day could be like Christmas" could be a reality.  If only we all acted on a day to day basis with this love for our family and friends, while helping those less fortunate or in need, and giving that simple helping hand, or mere "hello" to a complete stranger... this world might just be a little closer to matching our hopes and dreams.

We at Denver Metro Protective Services wish to extend our warmest thanks to all of our friends, employees,  clients, and supporters for the chance that we have had to get to know each one of you, and to add so many more wonderful people into our lives.  It is often said by businesses that "we wouldn't be where we are without your support."  While that is surely true, we cannot miss the opportunity to express our appreciation for something much more important than "support" to us... your friendships.

May all have an amazing Christmas holiday, and find a way in each of our hearts to extend the love and friendships that we offer towards one another on this day for 364 more days of the year as well.  What a wonderful world this would be.

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