Yes, here are holidays again, the ones which should be most pleasant, jolly and happy, but for many they’re unfortunatelly not. We’re often rushing our own ways even on such times and don’t even look to those who have no reason for cellebration. Yes, many people are like that. They have no normal conditions for living, they have no food and their eyes are often in tears. A lot of people are lonely on Christmas and sometimes even the whole faith they have doens’t help much.
And we? The more we have the more careless we are, at least most of us. We think about money so often and our gifts to one another are very often shiny and expensive, but is that really neccessary? Do we really always give what we really should with those gifts? I think not. Sometimes we can give more without them. If we have enough of love and understanding for all the people, this can be the greatest gift of all, especially on the holidays like these.
Christmas is comming and then New year. H0w many times did we promise to ourselves that we’ll be different in new year? New year, new beginning, new me… Yes, for some time and then after a month or two we notice that we’ve got on our old ways again. Are we capable of unconditional love, especially toward kids? I don’t know for you, but concerning kids, I am capable of that. I was hurt in this year a lot by them, but I still love them all.
Christmas and New year aren’t suitable only for cellebration. No, they’re suitable for doing some revision upon past year and its happenings and getting some conclusions about how to go further. I often do some kind of revision on the last day of the old year or the first day of the new year and I always establish that I could do more, could be better person, could do a lot of things different… What about you? Are your conclusions the same?
Oh, yes, I’m always trying to be better person, to learn something from bad happenings – which this year weren’t so rear. And I’m very aware that I didn’t acheeve what I should as yet. No, there’s still a lot of “work” to do.
Often our wishes are more or less material, directing toward ourselves and our family members. Material things are a bit important in our lives, that’s what I hava to admit, but this isn’t all. We often have too many wishes. This year I have only a few: to live a dicent life with my husband and son; to have some more money so that I (and my husband) could give some more careless and pleasant life to our son; to restore friendship with some people (kids mostly) which broke up in the middle of this year and I don’t really know why; to live in peace and prosperity so I could be able to help with my donations in future as well. And one big wish: No one should be alone, not only on such holidays, but through the whole year, through the whole life.
I wish my love toward those who abandoned me would be recognized at last and I would be able to talk with those I hold dear again.
Yes, these are my wishes and nothing more. Do I have too many of them? Maybe, but they are not only for me, they’re for the whole World as well.
It’s not Christmas yet, but I’ll wish you anyway: Merry Christmas and A happy new year! Whatever your wishes are, if they’re good, I wish they’d come true. Be happy and let the others to be happy as well.