Wednesday, December 24, 2008

A Star in the Night

A star shone over Bethlehem, and two thousand eight years later we still see its light.
We may each see this Light from a different perspective, but chances are it touches almost every one of us in some way. That Light may be the very core of our faith, or it may be one of many foundation blocks with which we build our faith. That Light may be something that shines so brightly for our friends that it casts shadows within our own life, or it may be just a speck on the landscape. That Light may be just another light among many in the world for us, or it may be The Light.
Whatever it is for you, may it bring you warmth this Christmas.


rosebud101 said...

Merry Christmas, Ang! Hugs!!!!

Samma said...

Happiest of Holiday Seasons to you and yours Angie ;-D
Hugs - Samma


May your HOLY.DAYS be warm and bright with lots of light. Chocolate Huggers, PEtra

Maggie said...

Merry Christmas to you and your cuties!