Believing In Miracles
Christmas Time is here and there’s no escaping at this point. You can feel it in the air, and secretly, I love it! Waking up to the morning chill, complementary with frost on the car windows was a welcome sight for me. It’s Christmas time, and the traditions of holiday cheer, and good will toward men have already begun. Christmas time to me is more than just gifts, spending money, receiving money, holiday meals and taking a sip or gulp of eggnog and wine. Many of us grew up with the notion that Christmas is about miracles and dreams coming true. To the person who has fallen on hard times in 2020, I have one word for you today, and that is, BELIEVE!
Believe that good things are gonna happen to you, and your family this season. Believe that in spite of this financial crunch, that this Christmas season will still be a Merry one. The stories of Rudolph, Frosty, and Santa have been shared for years for one reason, and that is to get you and I to BELIEVE in something, even when this cold, dark society of negativity we live in is saying otherwise. Whatever you do, don’t ever stop believing. Christmas is here, and miracles have a way of showing up unexpectedly. Let’s start speaking positivity in the air so our surrounding mimic that environment.