§ This year, my tradition of personally-created holiday cards was exceptionally difficult, as I tried to create something pertinent to the difficult reality of a Pandemic Christmas. But I happily share that card now, not just with close friends and family, but with everyone who chooses to enjoy this blog. §
I’ve made my own Christmas cards for nearly three decades now, each year selecting a special photograph, graphic, or theme as my holiday greeting to family and friends. And each year, as I do so, I remind myself that the true spirit of the season—genuine loving kindness—should continue not just until the last greeting card is tossed out with the wrapping paper, but throughout the year, and beyond.
Whatever holiday you celebrate–Soyaluna, Diwali, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Solstice, The Return of the Wandering Goddess, or the thousand others of which I know nothing–may it be blessed.
2 thoughts on “The True Spirit of the Season”
Very nice. Blessings of Peace and Love.
I love your Christmas cards and always look forward to opening that envelope. I especially loved this one.