Posts Tagged ‘ celebrating Christmas ’


Dec 25th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Cultural chaos in the name of Jeshua’s birth. Deep soulful tears arise as I annually participate in the chaos, too.

What are we teaching our children and those in less fortunate places on this planet earth?

That physical possessions are the greatest gifts and give to us validation in our lives.

Deepest sighs for where we are.
We MUST change.

Seniors: Thankfulness For Christmas Love and Light

Dec 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

With the table groaning with a great Christmas feast, remember to include the condiment of saying grace. Remember to include in that prayer, gratitude for military personnel at home and abroad, first responders, those who clear wintry roads and many others which will occur to those around every table.

Prayer, sending messages out to the creative force in the universe, meditation regarding your expression of Love and Light in and for the world today… all become an important part of giving and sharing Christmas Joy. Expressing thankfulness for people who help take care of the needy, who self-lessly give of their time and talents so others can be cared for, who share Love based on what

Seniors Choose How to Make Christmas Real

Dec 21st, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

As the poem suggests, Christmas is only a few short hours away. It is not yet here, but the night before is inching its way, as it always does around this time, to that moment when the mystical magic of Christmas occurs.

When it arrives, all the Santas will have met the wonderful expectations of childhood. By morning, on Christmas day, the miraculous wonders will all be laid out under the tree and the little elves, awaking from their dreamy sleep, will be stirring in their beds, ready to experience the strange creations that it took only one night to produce.