Holidays for Christians not in a Church. Atheists are welcome too
There is a place for you inside where our hearts are as warm as our fire.
Happy Holidays and thanks for taking time to read.
I would like to think of this as a present for all those who do not “belong” to a church. Know that I love you and wish the best for you. Know also that you are a member of a church, yours. Know that the songs in your heart are greater than any chorus. Know that what you give in love is greater than any offerings. Know that you are not alone but there are many like you. Know that I respect and honor your traditions and beliefs this time of year. Know that others love you.
Every day is a Holiday
Just blame it on me ;-)
I give you permission to have Christmas on any day you like. I give you permission to sleep in on your Holiday from work. I give you permission to sneak away some mistletoe and break it out in March, for a kiss. I give you permission to give some gifts after Christmas when the prices go down. I give you permission to take back that fancy coat, get the money and do something fun. I give you permission to eat the whole feast just this one day. I give you permission to buy a child a toy that you really want, but promise to play with them with it. Who am I to give permission? That is an excellent question.
Why do others tell us how to do Christmas? Because we let them
I give permission and have the power to do so, because there are so many out there that would take that right from you. Shame on them. I am empowered to love you no matter what. I am empowered to lift you up. I am empowered to inspire you. I am empowered to tell you that what you are doing is just fine. I am empowered to remind you that you need rest and appreciation also. I am empowered to tell you that people really do care about you. And I am empowered to tell you that you do make a difference.
No white Christmas here.
What is your tradition
Do you have holiday traditions
Be happy and enjoy no matter your beliefs
I am a lucky one who always receives the gift of Christmas in the form of love. So be it that I am Christian, that is wonderful for me. But what is most wonderful is that I can love all of those who are not. The only Christmas giving that is truly a gift of the season is our hearts to others. If we have any joy we are to give it away, to share it and to increase it. If happiness comes our way this time of year we must spread it around and proclaim it and make others feel it also. In this we find the joy of giving and the Spirit of the season.
Being with family
Do not suppress the happiness you feel, let it out!
As I have always done since I was teensy weensy I will find myself somewhere alone for a time. I will spend time thinking of all that I have, had and will have in the future. I will think of all the love around the world that goes out on the special day. And I will bury my face in my hands and begin to cry. It will be a good and serious cry, complete with sobbing. It will be a day of the year when I let myself cry until my tears of joy dry on their own with thankfulness and love. And I will count you among my blessings. Those tears are a gift that all who give of themselves to others also give to me. Thank you.
Don't be a Scrooge
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