Monthly Archives: December 2017

A New Year’s Eve Spirit Moment

Originally posted on Spirit Moments:
Another year is about to end and a new one will be upon us in a few more hours. We celebrate the event with a lot of noise and fanfare, marking yet another transition for…

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Life And Spirit

I cannot see heat but I know it exists. I can feel the warmth even if sometimes I do not know the source. In winter, heat and warmth gives comfort against the cold. In summer, the hot weather may cause … Continue reading

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To Be A Child, Yet Again

  For most adults, to see is to believe. For children, to believe is to see. Spanning his arms as wings, a child will believe he can fly. To be a child is to live at the threshold of creation, … Continue reading

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How God Is With Us

I look with joy at the Child in the manger and wonder, “What Child is this who, laid to rest on Mary’s lap, is sleeping?” And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us. Emmanuel – God is with … Continue reading

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The Day After Christmas

And just like that Christmas Day is over. Presents have been exchanged and opened. Christmas family meals have been shared. Things are all back to their normal routine. And people are back in their quest of wealth, power and fame. … Continue reading

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What Have We Done To Christmas?

As I try to insert myself into this calm and tranquil scene and soak the peace and serenity, the world around me is about to explode into a frenzy of shopping, feasting and merry-making. It is the end of the … Continue reading

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Christmas Gift

Christmas will be in a few days. It is a time for joy for many people. Gift-giving, often lavish and extravagant, helps to make the season bright. Yet, the first Christmas was very simple and literally poor. It was about … Continue reading

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