“Remember, it’s still a mystery to be an adult. If you knew it all before eighteen, you’d have nothing to look forward to.”― Carew Papritz, The Legacy Letters: his Wife, his Children, his Final Gift I imagine 18 to be my first step to independence and my first whiff of free will and freedom and everything beautiful. […]
We see the world, not as it is, but as we are – or, as we are conditioned to see it. ― Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change There’s a torn tapestryIn a house down the street,That never stops glowing.Woven in gold and burgundyA stream of black streaksDown […]
Forgiveness is this wonderfully marvellous human thing, I don’t know if you’ve ever forgiven or been forgiven by someone but I need you to know it’s the closest thing to pure freedom, any of us can ever experience. I’ve been writing and thinking about forgiveness for the past month and it’s been a beautiful experience and I want it to be the last thing you feel before you leave.
Christmas is conventionally a season of joy, togetherness and giving in general. It’s the feast celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, a saviour who gave himself up to redeem humanity of its sins. In a way, Christmas is a nod at the phase of forgiveness that follows – a virtue we should practice more often.
It makes sense that Christmas is synonymous with love, joy and togetherness and all things so beautifully human. As Toni Sorenson puts it,
The true Christmas spirit is putting others’ happiness before our own, and finding you’ve never known such happiness.
So please give yourselves and those around you your time and be thoughtful at life that unfolds so unpredictably but perfectly so. Forgive everyone and everything that weighs you down, forgive yourselves too – it’s been a hard year for a lot of us and moments of anger and hopelessness have plagued far too many.
It isn’t just beauty that makes us look forward to something, it’s purpose and a need to understand more of who we are, what life can turn out to be. There is this incredibly magical feeling that accompanies peace – the kind that’s emanated by letting go and being able to breathe freely, living in the moment and feeling safe.
On this Christmas day, let go of all that’s been, even if it’s just for a moment and appreciate everyone and everything around you and please have a wonderful time, partaking in the true Christmas Spirit – finding joy in love and forgiveness.
I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a day filled with lots of laughter and peace.
I would love to thank Terveen Gill, blogger at It Ain’t Right Till I Write and editor at MasticadoresIndia for accepting The Puppet Heart for publication at MasticadoresIndia and her continued support! MasticadoresIndia // Editora: Terveen Gill He found her on the roadside, many thoughts ago. Like a flower frozen in spring was she – […]
There’s nothing that can get you into that perfect Christmas mood other than a good, Christmas-y carol! So, in today’s post, I am going to be listing 5 timeless Christmas carols that get you feeling all happy and radiate that beautiful Christmas warmth.
“Realize that if a door closed, it’s because what was behind it wasn’t meant for you.”― Mandy Hale Flakes of beauty and castles of glass,Trees caked with pristine powderAnd the cold white blanket beneath –Testify to the great inner turmoilPlaguing the winter soul. Like royalty is the world aroundElegant in its chaos, andGracefully fierce,With stunning beauty […]
Hello everyone! A LTBL Christmas commences today and is slated to go all the way till Christmas day! We’re so excited to do our take on Blogmas, over at Living The Blogging Life (LTBL) and look forward to creating content that helps, entertains and spreads Christmas cheer! We’re also accepting guest posts and would love […]
“… You can’t see a person more nakedly than that, when they don’t know they’re being watched, studied.”― Jo Nesbø, Blood on Snow When the going gets tough, I think of the bus. It was a typical day at school, quite the balanced mixture of embarrassment, awkwardness and laughs. We walk to the bus stop where the […]