Three simple ways to fill your Christmas with love and wisdom

Three simple ways to fill your Christmas with love and wisdom

1. Give special love to those closest to heaven – children and the elderly. Stop and listen and really engage with the elderly and play, play, play with the children. The best gift you can give is always love, followed closely by time.

2. Walk somewhere quiet and love yourself. Find 10 minutes even amongst the hustle and bustle of everything to walk alone, listen to music, repeat an affirmation – be in silent love with yourself. Be the example of the way you want others to love you by loving yourself that way.

3. Laugh. Let yourself enjoy the moment. Try for one day to leave all the things you have to do or are waiting to do and just be there in the moment, in the present moment and fill it with your engaged heart.

Wishing you all the peace and love of the season.  Quote from the Meditation Society of Australia

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MW Moore

I am surrounded by books with great, even heroic quotes, grand philosophies and theologies, mysteries and wonderments. I've never met an author of any. Oh what a finer person I would be if I had raised my voice above the pounding of the sea with Cicero, walked with Saul on that road to Damascus and on and on and on. Well, I didn't. But I've met some pretty swell people that had something to say...and they're all related to me; they're My Family Jewels.

10 thoughts on “Three simple ways to fill your Christmas with love and wisdom”

    1. Thank you. I, unfortunately share your affliction (depression) and look for something that would let me enjoy more of life, of me, without the medications. The Meditation Society was/is a great help. I look forward to reading more of your blog. Have a grand Boxing Day, sunshine and lots and lots of laughter.

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