What Do You Wish For All Of Mankind This Christmas?Courier readers respond to one-sentence survey
Originally Published: December 25, 2018 6:02 a.m.
The Daily Courier asked readers for their Christmas wishes to share with the community, and many responded.
In the 2011 movie, “The Christmas Wish,” a woman and her children are left homeless when her husband left with all their money. Though panned by the “Rotten Tomatoes” website, their story was heartwarming.
The mother got a job in a small town diner and discovered the kind locals who were on hand to help her through the difficult times.
So, what would you wish for Prescott-area residents? How about for all of mankind?
The Courier asked for readers’ one-sentence wish in this – call it an “informal” – survey. Dozens were received; we’re publishing a sampling here – many were the same.
We wish you a very Merry Christmas! Thank you, all.
-- Tim Wiederaenders, senior news editor
“I wish the warmth of love be felt by all mankind.”
“I wish that every man and woman may have learned to accept and respect others for their character, their work ethic, and their love for all mankind.”
“Simple wish: ‘The End of War.’ Imagine if the same time and money spent on war was, instead, used to help each other.”
“Peace on earth and goodwill to all womankind.”
“Peace. Justice. Enlightenment.”
“I wish the growth of the Quad Cities to be responsible – respecting the residents who are already here, and always be within our resources; this is no longer a small town.”
“I wish a world without racism and bigotry for all of mankind.”
“I wish peace and love for everyone; divine guidance, wisdom and forethought for our leaders; and protection, care and happiness for the least among us.”
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