Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Christmas Spirit Award-What Does It Mean?

The Christmas Spirit Award...What Does It Mean? This is a very special award that was given to me by a very special lady, Mrs. Christmas herself...Sharon over at www.manamoon-studios.blogspot.com. If you have not come across her blog, you must visit this special woman. Sharon speaks from the heart, and what I try to strive for everyday in my life. I thank you my little friend for bestowing this this beautiful award to me...it's means a lot!

This award is just not about Christmas. Christmas should be in our hearts everyday of our lives, in everything we do, say and feel. Christmas isn't about how many presents are under the tree, what gift should I get this person, how much should I spend, going crazy at the stores, waiting in lines, stress of buying, wrapping, what to cook, what to wear to this party and that party, etc...The Spirit of Christmas is about LOVE! Love this world desperately needs from each and everyone of us! The Spirit of Christmas is about GIVING. Not gifts...Giving of ourselves, helping one another get through the bad and good times! The Spirit of Christmas is about Truth. Truth in ourselves, our beliefs, whatever they are! The Spirit of Christmas is about LIVING! Living a life that encompasses Compassion. Compassion for every human being, animal, nature and our earth.

Just think how this world would be if we had the Spirit of Christmas in our hearts EVERYDAY OF OUR LIVES!

May we all strive to live everyday of our lives with the Spirit of Christmas in our hearts!

As the King himself said "Oh Why Can't Everyday Be Like Christmas."

Cheers!

3 comments:

Sue said...

What a nice award to receive! Congrats to you!


Hugs,

Sue

3rdEyeMuse said...

oh yes, you are sooo worthy of this one. :) congratulations.

ps - my emails are STILL getting kicked back ... bummer ... and I feel like a dork leaving a ten mile message on your board ... *sighs*

am thinking happy thoughts of you.

Alan said...

Hi there. I stumbled upon your blog through another we have in common.
If you get a chance check out Robot Nine, today I posted Mark Khaiman and his cool art made of packing tape on plexiglass. Unbelievable, lots of positive comments already.
Alan
www.RobotNine.blogspot.com

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