Who can forget the iconic scene in Miracle on 34th Street, when the lawyer Fred Gailey has hundreds of letters delivered to the court, written by children who believe in Santa Claus?
This holiday season, make a lasting gift of kindness by helping I See Me! deliver thousands of letters to children supported by the Children’s Cancer Research Fund. When we come together in the holiday spirit, we can make a difference.
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I know you were wondering why this title? Why is Cancer a gift? I found myself thinking those same questions when I read one of my favorite blogs, Everything, and Nothing from Essex. Really why would people believe cancer is a gift? As I continued to read the words that were so eloquently written, I began to see the reasoning behind it. So here are my thoughts as to why Cancer could be considered a gift. Let me first say that for those that don't know both my sister and my dad died of cancer. My Read more [...]
The book of Esther in the Bible can almost be read like a novel. Think about it all the elements are there. She is an orphan girl who rises from her past to become queen. Isn't that stuff that fairy tales are written about. It is almost like she is the Cinderella of the Bible. She hides her real identity just like Cinderella so that no harm will come to her. Just like in every fairy tale, there is a villain who the main object in life is to destroy the innocent. But just like in every fairy tale Read more [...]