A Communist Christmas
Jesus didn't promise us happiness, but he did promise us joy. Fidel's communist system stole all of the joy. Christmas was upon us, and the government banned the traditional use of festive outdoor lights, which signified the joy of Las Navidades.
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Dania Rosa Nasca
December 24, 2017
For some of you it's already Christmas Day and for some of us is Christmas Eve. My wish and prayer this solemn night is for the people of Cuba, North Korea, Venezuela, China and others living under oppression to be free. May liberty knock at their door. How about if we all pray at the same time for that evil iron curtain to be lifted once and for all?
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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|My mother, early 1960s. In the back you can see the first house my grandfather built. I describe the house's architecture in the book. To her right is Aurora's house.|
|Here is my sister Mariblanca. The picture was taken the same day. You can see the front of the house much better.|
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