Sunday, December 25, 2011

It's time to reflect about ourselves

When people think about Christmas, they often think about what they want to get as Christmas gifts, what they want to eat at Christmas dinner and even where they want to go for their Christmas trip. Christmas is everywhere, but almost never related to its truest and deepest meaning, that is Jesus Christ's birth, which implies to celebrate peace, happiness, friendship and, above all, love. It's not necessary to be a Christian to believe it nor to follow this path. We all should remember it and try keeping the spirit of Christmas not only on December 25th, but every single day of our lives.

So what do you think of celebrating this so much special holiday with Frida's Gläns Över Sjö och Strand (Star of Bethlehem, in English)...



 ... and New Year Eve with ABBA's Happy New Year?




Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, everyone!

6 comments:

  1. Muito lindo o teu texto, Karen. Feliz Natal e um próspero ano novo!

    Kyssar!
    Karine

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  2. I always cry listening to rhythmic songs of ABBA happy new year. remind the good times with family are now many are gone..

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      Thanks,
      Karen

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