THOUGHTS ON CHRISTMAS

“I always find Christmas to be a disturbing time. Of course, I have family, children and grandchildren, and they care for me and I for them. But I’m, left somehow disturbed and I think others may be, too. Is it the Winter Solstice, the cold moon, the last full moon of the year? This is such a powerful time, when Nature turns back towards the light. We have much more Winter to come, but we have passed the shortest, darkest, day and in little more than a month will come the Imbolc, the Celtic feast for the coming of new life in lambs and snow drops, the beginning of Spring, St. Brigid’s day, the Christian feast of Candlemass. This is momentous. And perhaps that is why I am disturbed!”
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