Dear Santa, Do you have a good solution in that bag of yours? Heckery Dekkery Dot Travel Game Postcards for Children is listening!

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Dear Santa,

Forget about a Miracle on 34th Street, this year! We need a miracle on earth! Google Earth, Santa! We have problems! There is too much dis-ease, way too much stress and way too little relaxation! Too many are dealing with chronic or terminal illnesses. And too many are harboring anger and too busy holding grudges and overreacting to entirely too many misunderstandings so that too many refuse to talk to too many! It’s enough to make you sick! “People change and forget to tell each other, Santa!” That’s a quote from Lillian Hellman, by the way! I didn’t just make it up!

Also, too . . . . Too many have no job, and too many have no place to call home! And, too many don’t have enough money to make ends meet while some have more than they could ever use which too often was made at the expense of too many! Too many wars are being fought and not only between countries either! There’s too much party politics and too little cooperation, way too many opinions and far too little honest criticism! As a matter of fact, there’s just way too much for too many of us to handle! It’s not fair! Do you have a good solution in that bag of yours, Santa? I’m listening!

Your friend,

PS Hopefully it’s still not too late . . . . I’m tryin’ to be good!

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About Heckery Dekkery Dot

Heckery Dekkery Dot Travel Game Postcards for Children is a unique travel game which enables all players to learn more about the world around them, but it is first and foremost a children's learning game in which children not only become acquainted with other parts of the world, but also gain respect for other cultures in a fun and easygoing, carefree manner. It is Heckery Dekkery Dot's goal to help children learn about the city featured on the travel game postcard and the people who live there by providing them with an educational as well as a fun website.
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