The Grinch was a mean one with a heart two sizes too small. This year, we’re all feeling like the Grinch in the form of Covid-19 has come to steal our once known lives. But let’s remember the true lesson to take from Dr. Seuss’s story of the Grinch. While he certainly did hate Christmas at first, the Grinch changes his mind Christmas morning. He goes back up in his cave with all of the presents, food and decorations that he has stolen from the citizens of Whoville and waits to hear the sobs of the townspeople. Instead, he hears each and every Who standing together singing a Christmas carol. It turns out that they can enjoy the day without even a scrap of material goods.
Finally, the Grinch understands that Christmas isn't all about things. It's about living the holiday with joy and hope. He is so overcome with this realization of the true meaning of Christmas that he returns to Whoville and gives them back everything he took and then proceeds to spend the holiday with them. He even carves the "roast beast" at Christmas dinner.
Let’s remind ourselves to sing and be joyful this Holiday season. We can defeat the Grinch!
A Lesson From The Grinch
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