A bit about my thoughts on this holiday season:
I’ve concluded that most of us would like a simpler, more meaningful Christmas celebration. The problem is that most of us don’t know how. We don’t know how to get off the treadmill of shopping and wrapping and decorating and cooking and partying and cleaning up... and returning gifts...And then buying more on Boxing Day! Expectations are to high.
I took my decision many years ago to have the “best Christmas ever” by not buying more or decorating more, but focusing on what matters most. The true significance of Christmas is found in pausing to celebrate God’s love for us and expressing that love to one another.
We can all plan a purpose driven Christmas, one that simplifies your schedule around: cheerful sharing, personal growth, meaningful fellowship and helping those in most need.
As we are about to enter 2013, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all my clients and friends for all the support and extend my warmest wishes for the Holiday Season and a prosperous and peaceful New Year!