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December 25, 2015

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Craig Millar

Merry Christmas to you and your family Garr. I agree it is a powerful ad and quite brave of John Lewis to do something that raises the subject of loneliness at Christmas. The choice of the child to make the connection with the old man seems significant.

Patweber

Thanks so much for sharing THIS one. While I didn't know who/what was John Lewis, this is beautifully touching. Indeed you're spot on: anyone can relate to the message. Merry Christmas.

PowerPoint Tips

Merrt Chmas and Happy New Year. Keep doing your website. You doin a good job here!

Rich

All the best to you. I have learned so much from here and your books.

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