A Christmas Carol in Prose - Being a Ghost Story of Christmas
Publisher: Rugged Beard Media
Christmas is a time for family, friends, and loved ones to come together and celebrate the season. For some, it is also a time of reflection on the past year and preparations for the coming one. For Ebenezer Scrooge, it is a time to be alone. Since he was a child, Scrooge has been taught that Christmas is a time for charity and goodwill toward others. But after being forced into retirement by his ruthless business partner, Scrooge finds himself lonely at Christmastime. One night in front of his fire, Scrooge has a dream in which an old man named Jacob Marley shows him all of the ways he has wronged others over the years. The most important lesson from Jacob Marley is that change can happen if someone truly wants it to. After waking up from his dream, Scrooge decides to start living life more positively and helps three poor people during Christmas Eve services. Inspired by this change in attitude, other people begin to show up at his door asking for help - even old friends from when he was still successful in business have come back to ask for his advice. In the end, Scrooge learns that happiness comes not from things but from within oneself and shares this message with everyone at his Christmas party. This simple story about redemption contains powerful lessons about self-awareness and forgiveness that are relevant today more than ever. With its timeless messages of hope and encouragement, A Christmas Carol will touch readers' hearts deeply as they journey along with Ebenezer Scrooge on his journey to becoming a better person." It is a classic and it is one of the most loved Christmas stories ever written. It is a story with a lot of moral teachings which can be applied to our lives today. It is a story that will make you laugh and it will make you cry. It is a story that will make you think. It is a story that will make you want to be a better person. It is a story that is worth reading and worth remembering.