Opinion | Celebrating darkness and light

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Once again, it’s the Christmas season; this year eclipsed by the all-pervading pestilential miasma. What’s left to celebrate in this apparently increasingly dark world?

Sadly, much that we consider essential about Christmas might be cancelled this year. But, maybe, with the mindless tinsel consumerism toned down, there will be space to reconsider some of the deeper, more enduring, truths about our humanity.

ANCIENT CELEBRATIONS OF LIGHT

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