Sunday, December 9, 2012

Reflection


In the midst of the busyness ---- the baking and cooking, the decorating, the entertaining,  the merriment and social activities, the shopping and wrapping, and the endless, bottomless "to do" lists, I need to just S.T.O.P.

In those chaotic  moments of this lovely season, reflection is imperative.

As difficult as it may be, there is a crying  need to just sit, breathe deeply and think about who we are celebrating and why.

Admittedly, sometimes I lose track of the fact that the whole reason behind Christmas is the birth of the sweet and innocent Christ child who came to save the world.

He was the Prince of Peace yesterday, still is today and will be tomorrow.

For Christians, the little Lord Jesus is the reason for the season. 

NOTE: 

Dear blogger  friends and readers:
It's been a very busy weekend. 
 I just want you to know I'll stop by as soon as time permits.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your visits and
comments. 
They mean a lot to me.
You add to the joy of this season and to each day of my life!  
Hugs, Susan





 

14 comments:

Linda O'Connell said...

Susan thank you for the reminder that Jesus is the reason for the season. Slow down and enjoy.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Susan it is important for us to always remember what this season is really all about! Hugs, Linda

Susan said...

Susan, you couldn't have said it better. It has been a busy week(s) and I should get to posting more recipes soon and catching up with friends. Once my tree is up, I will take a photo of the creche my grandfather made for my grandmother--it's one of my most prized possessions, XOXO

Rebecca said...

No hurry. No worries :) Peace, comfort and joy - these are the tidings that come with the entrance of the Prince of Peace into our world. Let's not just SAY it and SING it, but LIVE it!

Kit said...

May you have a wonderful day to reflect! :) Kit

Glenda said...

I pray that the love, joy, and peace of the Christ child will abide in your heart always! :-)

La Tea Dah said...

Susan, the holidays can be exhausting. Take time to rest and enjoy the moment.

Nellie said...

Such a beautiful post today, Susan! We all need to be reminded to stop and remember the Reason behind this season.

diane.stetson said...

O Come Let Us Adore Him...stop and listen to the angels sing!

Chatty Crone said...

You know so very many times at Christmas I have done the same thing - thanks for reminding us to slow down and remember the real meaning of the season. Love, sandie

Susan J. Reinhardt said...

Hi Susan,

I like to start my shopping early, so I'm not so rushed in December. This gives me time to actually reflect on and enjoy what really matters.

Blessings,
Susan :)

Anonymous said...

Nice time today. Loved the peaceful time we spent this afternoon. Lovely thoughts in your message. xoxoxox bb

ImSoVintage said...

Thanks for the reminder, Susan. I am taking that reflection time this morning.

Hugs,
Laura

Dee said...

We share the same reflection. :)

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