Thursday, 25 December 2014

This Christmas

                                                                    This Christmas



This festive season is about spending time with your family, relatives and friends. It is about laughter, cheers, fun, smiles, enjoyment, giving and reflecting.

This Christmas is about forgetting your problems, pain, hurts, and sorrows for moments of laughter with your family and loved ones.

This Christmas is about letting your hair down and slicing a piece of fruit cake along with a light alcoholic beverage of your choice, to partake in the cheers/toasts with your loved ones and family.

This Christmas is about setting aside the weight of your school assignments, job, or career and to have some fun with your family, friends and loved ones.

This Christmas is about allowing the presence of the Christmas spirit to wipe away the frown from your face, and to relax your facial muscles with a smile.

This Christmas is about the enjoyment of having families around, it is about enjoying the laughter that you share together, it is about enjoying the cheers /toast together. This Christmas is about the enjoyment of life, love and unity. The author of Psalm (133:1) states "Behold, how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity".


This Christmas is about reflecting on the previous months which inevitably contains trials, challenges, joy, laughter, smile, frowns, tears, successes and failures. According to William Kingdon Clifford "a little reflection will show us that every belief, even the simplest and most fundamental, goes beyond experience when regarded as a guide to our actions. Reflecting allows person to introspect and evaluate pass events in order to improve forthcoming".
 If you made to this Christmas, then this Christmas means that God wants you to learn from all that is behind you, leave all that's behind you, and to move on from all that is behind you in order to improve and see your forthcoming.

This Christmas season is about counting your blessings and make the most of what you have with who you have.

Merry Christmas Everyone.

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