This Christmas: searching for the positive within. Christmas is quickly approaching. Such a pure and sacred season connected to the notion of home comfort and the chance to spend time with your family.
This season is lovely because of the decorations, rituals, and traditions that produce an incredible ambiance.
“Joy is the true gift of Christmas .’’ – Author: Pope Benedict XVI
All hopes and dreams are said to come true during the Christmas season. What more could a man ask for? Orphanage kids dream of their own family to smother them in those warm, comforting embraces. Children who are in need of toys, clothes, and sweets will relish the plethora of gifts because they cherish them. It will be a typical day for happy kids.
Which Christmas present would be ideal for me?
I simply want to be with the ones I truly care about and adore. I love them the most! My spirit will feel warm if they are near me. They suffice for me. And I’ll undoubtedly throw them a surprise. But I’ll keep that to myself.
The best part about this holiday is that the negative is forgotten, grief melts in hearts, and evil hides in its hole. On this occasion, even the most cynical person can smile. Everybody asks for forgiveness from others for their transgressions throughout the Christmas season. The fact that it is Christmas makes everyone joyful, even if there is no money for gifts.
At home, by the fireplace, people are putting the last touches on their Christmas trees, setting the table, and singing songs. Gent smiles spread across faces that are visibly excited. Playful holiday lighting and stunning pyrotechnics fill the sky. Making last-minute purchases, shoppers are pacing back and forth between stores. Everywhere, wishes are flooding in. This is how the Christmas spirit is! a moment when each person might choose to seek the positive aspects of oneself. It is good, and it is present, despite all the bad. Now is the time for everyone to salute the sky and offer their gratitude.
Merry Christmas and a tranquil new year! Isn’t this another present, then?