Sunday, December 24, 2006



For unto us a child is born,
unto us a son is given,
and the government will be on his shoulders.
And he will be called
Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Isaiah 9:6



May the Light of the world shine in our hearts
this season and always.


Merry Christmas


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

bfabzWow, thanks for the visit. My daughter's name is Naomi. That is, in my humble opinion, the most beautiful name in the world. :-)

Let's stay in touch

Naomi said...

Gee, Xavier, you've made my day! Thank you. Yes, we must stay in touch. Best wishes.

Alina said...

Merry Christmas, Naomi! All the best to you and your family!

nikki woods said...

Merry Christmas!

Amre said...

Hi Naomi.

Am an Egyptian who was browsing tarek's blogger. Then i read your comments about the Halle post in which you found Tarek's denying that he is racist strange!! I wonder why.
I just would like to inform you that the Egyptians's ethnicity is artabic, you might as well call it middle-eastern in case you hate the Arabs.

I have ti tell you that the Egyptians and arabs are the most racist people in the world. the black people are openly called slaves, th lighter races are pigs.......FJapanese, chinese.....etc are dumb by genes.

Actually, i hate this so much as am struggling so hard t free my myself from its prejuduces.........

One more thing in case you are african american. I have to tell you that the ancient Egyptians were not black people. They were just like the contemporary ones of an arab or middle eastern material.

cheers
Amre

Naomi said...

Alina and Nikki, thanks for the holiday wishes.

Amre, thanks for stopping by. Who knew that discussion on Tarek's blog would spill over into this one. :)
(For readers interested in Tarek's post, click here.)

As I see it, life is too short to start labeling people. I don't hate any culture. As I see it, we all have the same "mom" and "dad": Adam and Eve.

I think the beauty of the human race lies in our differences. Thank God, we don't all look alike! In my humble opinion, God made all of us in His image.

Amre, thank you again for stopping by to spark conversation.

A Random Friend said...

Best Holiday wishes to you and yours.

Naomi said...

Random Friend, thank you for your holiday wishes. Happy New Year!

Naomi said...

About my previous comment to Amre:

I wrote, "For readers interested in Tarek's post, click here."

But I didn't provide a link for "here." Oops. Let's try this again.