‘Tis the Season…

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It’s Christmas time again, and we all know what that means: it’s time to take some Yuletide classic, change a few of its key words, and then cleverly pass it off as some creative piece of work that celebrates our collective cryptocurrency passion. After all, who among us wouldn’t love to see “A Visit from St. Nicholas” brutally mangled with mentions of digital currency, blockchain consortiums, and FinTech innovations?

That’s something guaranteed to warm the heart quicker than chestnuts roasting by an open fire, right? Talk about an instant classic...

Okay, maybe not.

After all, Christmas should be about more than finding suitable cryptocurrency references to replace concepts like sleeping mice, dancing sugar plum visions, and red-suited trespassers sneaking down chimneys. It’s about the people in your life who make you who you are:

It’s about the people who inspire you, and those who are sometimes inspired by you. It’s about the people who look to you for protection, and those who protect you. It’s about everyone who makes you want to be something more than you think you can ever achieve, but who still accepts you as you are – faults and all. Most of all, it’s about the people you love, and who love you back. For whatever inexplicable reason that might be.

At DCEBrief, when we think about this holiday season, we think about all of you. You make us want to be better than we are, and inspire us in ways that are difficult to express. For that and so many other reasons, we’re grateful to all our readers and contributors this holiday season, and we hope that each of you experiences joy beyond words in the coming days and throughout the new year.

From all of us at DCEBrief: thank you. Thank you for supporting our efforts, and hanging in with us through thick and thin. We truly wish you all a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday season.

And maybe we’ll revisit that corny poem idea next year. Keep your fingers crossed.

Author: Ken Chase

Freelance writer whose interests include topics ranging from technology and finance to politics, fitness, and all things canine. Aspiring polymath, semi-professional skeptic, and passionate advocate for the judicious use of the Oxford comma.

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