Wishing it Could Be Christmas Everyday

Christmas is such a special time of year, families and people come together; sharing time, food, gifts and each other. Strangers wish each other Merry Christmas when they pass in the street or the shops. People feel more open, connected and generally more upbeat. There is a tangible sense of optimism and also relief at having made it through the year as now we can take a break, let off some steam and celebrate the holidays.

Christmas is the season of joy, love and goodwill to all men.

However, the qualities of Christmas and the essence of it will not be found in the boxes and gifts under the tree, in the parties we throw or the food and drink we consume but in the love that we put into those things.

The essence of Christmas is found in the heart shaped box in the centre of your chest and the biggest gift you could give this year would be to unwrap it and allow the joy, love and goodwill that is naturally there to be shared and celebrated not just on Christmas Day but everyday.

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Author: Dr Rachel Hall

The Holistic Dentist who Loves Humanity. Life is about people, connection, love and equality. People are suffering and have forgotten they are naturally amazing. By living in a way that is more self-loving, gentle and truthful we can reawaken our capacity for grandness.

6 thoughts on “Wishing it Could Be Christmas Everyday”

  1. Your last paragraph says it all, Rachel. We already have the best gift in the world. We didn’t have to buy it either. Many are searching high and low to find it, while it is there inside everyone shiny and beautiful, waiting to be remembered, opened and celebrated – the LOVE we all are! Let’s start unwrapping it!

  2. Well said, we all should share pure love abroad in our hearts. Not only during Christmas, every day of the year to everybody not only to our friends, family & loved ones. Most especially to strangers & those hurting around us. Love is all we need to make the world a much more better place for all of us.

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