As we arrive at the close of one year and begin to witness the flowering of another, it seems only appropriate to reflect on both the triumph and tumult that the year has brought, and to engage the new year resolute in our resolve to make it better and more magnanimous than the year before. Many of you through your own unique contribution, work to try and make this world better and more humane. It is my earnest desire that the world's reciprocal offerings to you are equally generous. I want to thank each and every one of you for the pleasure of reading with you this year and I look forward to the literary adventures that will greet us in 2010.
A blessed Eid, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, Winter Solstice and any other days you find holy. Wishing each of you and your families, all good things without number and blessings without end :-)
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