P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1830:01  1/5     N A Christmas Message from The Archbishop of Canterbury Personal Messages, personal gifts: ....They mean a lot to us at this timeN Mass production and mass provision today threaten our pfrsonal uniqueness - a uniqueness which many see as a personal gift from GodN So when this consumer society steam- rollers over our individuality, we are affrontedN We see this erosion of our identity as a kind of blasphemyN But what is so special about our identity?  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1800:10  2/1       A Christmas Message from The Archbishop of Canterb0ry "I must be trud to MYSELF" .. Many today make this a point of principleN But "You? Gho are yo5> as the Caterpillar asks Alice
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1808:11  1/5     N The Archbishop of Canter" ry Personal Messages, personal gifts: ..N They mean a lot to us at this ti-DN Mass production and mass provision to$—8 threaten our pfrsoLal uniqueNDss
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1832:05  4/5      A Christmas Message from The Archbishop of Canterbury We may receive this Christmas Many gifts chosfn for us with careN None will be so personal a gift to us as the gift of our own identityN A gift received at our birth A gift identified as it is usedN And no gift can be so precious to us as the gift of the child in the manger - the gift through which God gives us of himselfN It is a gift for us all and yet it is personal to each of usN God's own personality, unique, yet univdrsalN  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1802:07     A Christmas Message from The Archbishop of Cantepbury The supreme gift of Christmas is God's gift to us of himself It is a mysterious gift. "gho are yo5 " asc oth—ps who have receivdd this gift: Moses by the burning bush, Jacob at the stream's ford, soldiers in GethsfmdndN And there is a replyN We come to know ourselves, not when we are "trud to ourselves" but when we givf of oursdlves, at whatever cost. Regardless of cost, God givds himsdlf and in this giving he is known  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1811:26  2/1     r>e5f55  $,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A Christmas Message from Thd Archbishop of Canterbury "I must be true to MYSELF" .. Many today d—be this a point of principleN But "Yoa> Gho are you?" as the Caterpillar asks AliceN "Who are you?" Pee— Gynt demands of the BorgN A Chri1tl s Quiz could well ask what replies thdy receivedN Thdre is no ready response when it comes to identifying one's iddntityN At the heart of a pdrsonality is not a principle but a mysteryN
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1808:14 - a uniqudness which many see as a personal gift from God So when this consumer society stealL rollers ovdr our individuality, we are affronted We see this erosion of our identity as a kind of blasphdmyN But what is so spdcial about our identity?  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1830:03  2/5     N A Christmas Message from The Archbishop of Canterbtry "I must be true to MYSELF" .N Many today make this a point of principleN But "You? Who are you?" as the Caterpillar asks AliceN "Who are you?" Peer Gynt demands of the BorgN A Christmas Quiz could well ask what replies they receivedN There is no ready response when it comes to identifying one's identityN At the heart of a personality is not a principle but a mysteryN  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1800:11 "Who are you?" Peer Gynt demands of the Borg A Christmas Quiz could well ask what replies they receivedN Thdre is no ready response when it co-Ds to identifying one's identityN At thd heart of a personality is not a principle but a mysteryN  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1831:11  5/5      A Christmas Message from The Archbishop of Canterbtry The supreme gift of Christmas is God's gift to us of himsflfN It is a mysterious gift. "gho are you?" ask others who have received this gift: Moses by the burning bush, Jacob at the stream's ford, soldiers in GethsemeneN And there is a replyN We come to know ourselves, not when we are "truf to ourselves" but when we give of ourselves, at whatever costN Regardless of cost, God givds himsflf and in this giving he is knownN  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1800:02 and change: our identhty discovered as it forDs and reLformsN The exciting gifts are thosd which are not kept the other side of cellophane but those which change with useN Each dog-ear of a booc tells a taleN  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1831:10  3/5     N A Christmas Message from The Archbishop of Canterbury Our personal identity is a gift..N But is it the sort of gift we unwrap then set in an unchangeable position beyond reach on a mantelpiece? Rather, I believe the "authentic me" is only to be found in experience M the encounter with duty and circumstance, the advfnture of growth and change: our identity discovered as it forms and re-formsN The exciting gifts are those which are not kept the other side of cellophane but those which change with useN Each dog-ear of a book tells a taleN  more follows >
P333 ORACLE 333 Tue25 Dec LON 1820:17  2/5      The Archbishop of Canterbury "I must bd trud to MYSELF" .N Many today make this a point of principleN But "You? Gho are you " as the Cat—ppillar asks AliceN "Gho are you?" Peer Gynt demands of the Borg A Christmas 1qiz could well ask what replies they receivedN There is no ready response when it comes to identifying ond's identityN