Opting out of the “National Day of Prosperity”


**I originally wrote this post two years ago, but I think it’s worth dusting off and sharing it again.

Last year, two Chinese students joined our family for the week of Thanksgiving. The dorms had been closed for maintenance, and the school pleaded for families to find space for those students unable to travel to their homes for the holiday. Plenty of space and food, and a long tradition of Southern hospitality led to our spending the week with two young men from China.
Our bustling child-filled home was a shock to them


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