Making All Things New

If you've been reading my emails for any length of time, you've likely figured out that my particular faith tradition is Christian. That is, I make it my goal in life to follow Christ, wherever he might lead.

And, of course, I fail regularly in this pursuit.

That's one of the many reasons Christmas is so special to me-- it's a story of redemption ... and the birth of something astonishingly different and powerful.

We all need THAT, in my opinion.

And I, also, love my friends from different (or none) faith backgrounds. That's why I wholeheartedly exclaim, "Happy Hanukkah, Happy Al-Hijira and Joyful Festivus, etc" to you, if you come from those traditions. Despite appearances, I don't mean that as a token gesture -- we here at TaxProMarketer wish you a deeply joyful season.

I do love Christmas, though. Though I'm actually a kind of "Santa grinch" ... at the risk of being offensive (I suppose I risk that regularly), I just sort of get annoyed by this massive scam perpetrated on our kids. Yes, it IS sweet...but come on--a funny old man driving an 18th-century vehicle propelled by flying artic beasts and alighting on *every* roof on the planet to deliver the EXACT presents desired by its youthful inhabitants?

It's almost as if we're training our kids to be skeptical of *everything* we say! But shoot ... I don't judge those who play along. I gobbled up the story as a child, and I don't believe I'm disproportionately scarred. 🙂

But here's what I DO want to emphasize to my children--and to you: Now is the perfect time to make things new.

For your personal life, your marriage, your family ... and your business. I'm so grateful that we might be a team that can help you, as you do so.

We do NOT take it for granted, and we look forward to coming alongside you and your team ... and helping you make 2013 your best tax season yet.

Don't hesitate to email or call ... and we'll talk again soon.

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