What Is It All About?…

It’s Christmas Day in two days, but it’s been Christmas for longer than these days in my heart. Always something

I am grateful for all the lovely messages of Glad Tidings floating around cyberspace.

I am grateful for all the smiling faces and happy vibes that I see all around me in my neighbourhood.

I am grateful for provision and for the time spent with my loved ones. The children are on school break and it’s a beautiful time of laughter and squabbles.

I am grateful for the ”Reason for this Season, Jesus Christ” – the center of my gravity, my peace and redemption.

Christmas is not just about the bright lights, the gifts or the plentiful eating happening all around, but about the Birth of the Messenger of Peace and Love.

Indeed, we can experience bone deep peace and joy of Christmas in our lives, even beyond this time if only we look up and try.

Remember that it is the little things that makes the difference. What are you grateful for today?

You can join Colline’sΒ  or Maria Jansson gratitude challenge platforms.

Blessed Love and Peace to You and Yours. Merry Christmas.

Β© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha


17 thoughts on “What Is It All About?…

  1. I guess that’s always true, but we sometimes forget because we get so caught up in the rush of our daily lives. One of the good things about Christmas is we can take a few days to relax and remember important lessons like this. πŸ™‚

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  2. I hereby wish everyone…and I mean everyone…a merry Christmas. IF you don’t happen to celebrate Christmas, please don’t be offended–I am wishing you a very very merry December 25. There’s no time for political correctness in this world. Love to you, especially, Jackie….you are one of my dearest blogging friends and a favorite poet!

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I love it when you decorate my heart with your words..

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