Let's go back to the moon
November 21, 2019
This week, we've heard several people talking about impeachment testimony. People questioning whether we've watched the hearings and what we think will happen.
It's not the first time our country has been faced with this issue. It won't be the last. But when we turned on the television earlier this week and the impeachment hearing was on every network channel, we got a little depressed.
This is a time of year when we should be celebrating what we're thankful for and getting our holiday shopping lists ready. Planning for parties and church Christmas pageants. Instead, we're hesitant about what will happen with our country. So much division and "my way or the highway" isn't good for any group, organization or country. Finding common ground is the best way to move forward in any situation.
With people glued to screens for impeachment hearings, it reminded us of gathering around to watch the lunar landing or a royal wedding. Those events where we can share joy and positive accomplishments are better for everyone. We suggest a little more cheer and a little less political divisiveness to get everyone through the holidays.