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ILLUS.: We moved back to Pittsburgh, my home, in 1973 at the height of a petroleum crisis. All unnecessary lighting was turned off to conserve energy. Everyone thought we would have a drab Christmas that year. However, the Old World custom of the luminary was revived and it turned into one of the brightest, most cheerful Christmases I remember.

The light was in the hearts of the people and they inevitably found a way to let it shine.

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