We haven't done that for many years. Although that setting at Christmas isn't unfamiliar to me, I found it to be a renewing experience to see the lights, hear the story of the Nativity repeated, and remember the binding covenants, which can give life to all our most sacred aspirations. Life is precious! Every moment of our mortal learning experience should be savored and used to the fullest measure. Heavenly Father's Plan is perfectly designed to allow us to realize those aspirations. At Christmas, we remember and think deeply about the most important events of this earth. As we contemplate the condescension of the Father, it is easier to be humble for a fleeting moment. If we are successful at that, we feel an inner confidence despite our apparent weaknesses. As Nephi said, "And when I desire to rejoice, my heart groaneth because of my sins; nevertheless, I know in whom I have trusted." (2 Ne 4:19) And that is the quest of mortality, to reach beyond knowing of Him... and come know Him in whom we place our yearning trust. To all who pass here, though you may do so silently and unknown, please know that you are important to me because you are important to Him. He lived and surrendered His life for both of us...and He lives again! May the Lord shower you with His choicest blessings at this sacred season and in every moment of need.