Santa, My Little Friend

11,600 years ago, a pagan was a thirty-something junior audit clerk working for Santa. His eyes existed beyond the mystery of the most tedious, lonely endeavors that any person can attempt. He’d lost the most important people in his life. The subsequent self-reflection enables an honest but dangerous reciprocity within different ethnic groups, customs, and faiths including Ethiopian Orthodox, Islam, Beta Israel, Hindu, Sikh, Jain and Protestant. Using an imaginative blend of the drug laudanum and a joyous, thankful heart, he realizes that he has to focus on the Christmas spirit and the deep delirium of adulthood. This is a true story.