Sunday, December 26, 2010

joy to the world

We spend so much of the Christmas season (and life, come to think of it!) waiting for the mystery and miracle to envelope us, wondering when the wonder might present itself. Now may be the time to rethink this living in a state of hopeful expectation and actively seek out the divine instead. That's the message I've taken to heart this December. Rather than merely singing Joy to the World, to be that joy to the world. And then, instead of just one paltry day, it will seem like Christmas all the time.

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