Letter To Santa

Letter to Santa 

Letter to Santa 

                                                                                                                                 09-04-2011
Dear Santa


I’m writing this letter to help the poor orphans of the earth. I’m aware of the people killed for being witness to Jesus . I don’t desire you gift me toys on Christmas. My only prayer is to protect me, my family and friends from the Wild Beast, so that we live in Paradise. I never forget that Jesus founded His Empire on Love, not violence. I don’t need a lot of money as I know Christ conquered millions without a penny. My parents disagree and ask me again and again to request Santa

for attractive gifts. My grandpa agrees with my views about penniless preacher from Nazareth.I most cordially invite you to arrive at my house during Christmas. I know you reply to each letter very fast from the North Pole.
I am Lisa, a girl 12 years old. This year I have been very good to my parents, parents, sisters and neighbors. For Christmas this year, I desire neither the goodies to eat, nor Cola to drink. I like nothing more than Grace of God. Hope my letter is delivered to you. The elves will help me in this.There is joy and peace in the world during Christmas. My grandpa tells me that Santa is alive during Christmas. He recited a wonderful poem and asked me to copy it in my diary:


It's always good for us to pause
And think awhile


of Santa Claus--
That jolly symbol we revere
When we approach the changing year.
Behind his beard so long and white,
In which our children take delight,
There beats a heart from color free
Which bids all children "come to me."
MARSHALL M. MORGAN, "The Spirit of Santa Claus”


I live with my grandpa, mom, dad, brother and sister. I am eagerly waiting for you. Best Wishes

Sincerely

Liza



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