The Covid-19 pandemic is making this Christmas Eve very different for most of us. Yet, some traditions will continue.
As you can see HERE, reading the poem What I’d Really Like to Give You is a Star by Ann Weems is a family tradition in at least one household. It’s a quick read – maybe seeing these lines will entice you to read it all?
“But I can wish you life
as radiant as the Star
that announces the Christ Child’s coming,
and as filled with awe as the shepherds who stood beneath its light.”
The poem shares beautiful messages. Perhaps reading it or doing other sacred activities will be new traditions for you and those you love?
Enjoy this day, filled with the Spirit (and the star, almost burning a hole in the pocket of your jeans it’s shining so brightly!)
P.S. Want to join friends (old and new) on Zoom for casual discussions about Christmas topics? On December 25th at 12:30 PM (EST) there will be a Light-Hearted Learning (& Sharing) opportunities to discuss Christmas Stories, Poems and more. Details HERE
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