Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays from WJ Vincent II and Think More, Be More Inc.

So once again it is that time of year, and from our family to yours we want to wish you a Very Merry Christmas, and if your family celebrates something different, we wish you the happiest of happy whatever it is that you and your loved ones celebrate this time of year.  It is our deepest hope that if not now, then in the near future, people who believe or think differently will not react negatively, or insecurely to being wished a Merry Christmas, but will instead recognize this traditional holiday greeting for what it is.  A simple wishing well to one another, regardless of the label, the spirit of this wish is always true.  It is high time that the people in this country remember the important things, and stop creating all this overly dramatic rage over such tiny and insignificant differences.  There is and always will be real tragedy in life.  Let us try and save our strongest reactions, our biggest moments of being upset, for the times that really and truly deserve it, rather than getting all hyper sensitive over something that at its core was meant to bring good cheer.  May you be surrounded by loved ones this time of year, enjoying good food, good drinks, and good company.  And for those of you that do celebrate Christmas, may we all remember what Christmas is really all about.  One of my favorite Christmas images, is that of Santa Claus kneeling at the manger of the baby Jesus.  Personally I am not a very religious person, but I am deeply spiritual, and it is certainly a time of year to be grateful and thankful for all we have, and for the idea we can all be forgiven.  All the best to you and yours, enjoy the moments with your loved ones, they are precious, and one day priceless.

Always,

WJ Vincent II

 

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About the Author

W.J. Vincent II has spent the last 20 years of his life building businesses from start-up to success in fields as varied as Real Estate, Technology, and Environmental Health. In January 2012, Natalia, his wife of 13 years, tragically passed away, her body having given in to her short but dramatic three-month battle with a brain tumor. Her sudden passing left W.J. a widowed father of a 1-year old baby girl and 4-year old boy of his own, along with a 12-year old boy and 15-year old girl he had been helping his mother-in-law to raise due to her battle with multiple sclerosis. Faced with a challenge greater than any he had known, W.J. was able to find strength and inspiration from the Bible. There were many miracles and messages that saw him through the darkest moments of his life.

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