Speechless by Len Borozinski

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  1. granitewhite

    granitewhite said, 11 months ago

    One of my favorites so far!

  2. orinoco womble

    orinoco womble said, 11 months ago

    Thanks for making my day, Len. Thank you very, very much.

  3. unicornstar

    unicornstar said, 11 months ago

    This is wonderful. I sent it to my uncle who’s a Catholic Priest and He loved it.

  4. katjurn

    katjurn said, 11 months ago

    Wonderful to see something like this!!!

  5. Pacopuddy

    Pacopuddy said, 11 months ago


    Absolutely – no matter how old or young.

  6. mrsjns

    mrsjns GoComics PRO Member said, 11 months ago

    In a word: brilliant!

  7. T W

    T W said, 11 months ago

    The reason for the season!

  8. T_Lexi

    T_Lexi said, 11 months ago

    : D Oh – just awesome! Thanks, Len. ♡

  9. MeGoNow

    MeGoNow said, 11 months ago

    Wait! Isn’t that really Rasputin? Ohhh. This is not good.

  10. sandflea

    sandflea said, 11 months ago

    Thanks Len. Great colors, great message.

  11. Peter Gerlach

    Peter Gerlach said, 11 months ago

    Stupidest thing I’ve seen in years.

  12. snowqueen

    snowqueen said, 11 months ago

    Gather the little children.

  13. ColoradoRon

    ColoradoRon GoComics PRO Member said, 11 months ago

    Awesome, love it, come unto Christ as a child.

    Peter, please don’t begrudge those that choose to put their faith and hope in the true and only Son of God.

  14. pinkdryad

    pinkdryad said, 11 months ago

    This is so wonderful! Thanks for the reminder of what Christmas is really about! Gotta send this one to a few people I know!

  15. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, 11 months ago

    That must be Sol Invictus whose BD it is. Man-god, died for sins then was resurrected after three days. Or it was once upon a time.
    [..]It is commonly claimed that the date of 25 December for Christmas was selected in order to correspond with the Roman festival of Dies Natalis Solis Invicti, or “Birthday of the Unconquered Sun”, but this view is challenged.7[…]
    Not all scholars who view the celebration of the birth of Jesus on 25 December as motivated by the choice of the winter solstice rather than calculated on the basis of the belief that he was conceived and died on 25 March agree that it constituted a deliberate Christianization of a festival of the Birthday of the Unconquered Sun. Michael Alan Anderson writes:

    Both the sun and Christ were said to be born anew on December 25. But while the solar associations with the birth of Christ created powerful metaphors, the surviving evidence does not support such a direct association with the Roman solar festivals. The earliest documentary evidence for the feast of Christmas makes no mention of the coincidence with the winter solstice. Thomas Talley has shown that, although the Emperor Aurelian’s dedication of a temple to the sun god in the Campus Martius (C.E. 274) probably took place on the ‘Birthday of the Invincible Sun’ on December 25, the cult of the sun in pagan Rome ironically did not celebrate the winter solstice nor any of the other quarter-tense days, as one might expect. The origins of Christmas, then, may not be expressly rooted in the Roman festival.55

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