Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Out of the Dark and Into The Light

It is Yule. The longest night and shortest day. The time to bring light into your home to scatter the dark spaces and places. A time to illuminate the dark corners of our thinking. To scatter our fears and concerns.

Tomorrow, the day grows by seconds and the night shrinks by those same seconds. The scales begin to tip into our favor of longer light and less dark. Tonight begins the New Year.

If you don't have a Yule log, that's all right, simply light a candle and watch the flame. Set your mind to the quiet of it and remember the gifts you have been given, and those who are still here to love you. Remember and smile at the ones who you love who left this life as well. They are still part of you even though it is now in a different way. Most likely you will feel them closer tonight as you do.

Being thankful for all you have and have experienced, opens the door to the new and sets the stage for good things to come to you in full measure.

I am grateful for the gift of love we have shared this year. See you in the New Year! A blessed Yuletide to you and yours!!

"See the blazing Yule before us...quickly now the old year passes...Fa La La La, La La La La!"

Namaste' Till Next Time,


Eva Gallant said...

I'll be here in the New the days begin to get a little longer.

Eva Gallant said...

I'll be here in the New the days begin to get a little longer.

Sara Dahlman said...

Blessed Yule to you too Holly.

Joanna Jenkins said...

Hello Holly, This is a lovely post perfect for the season. You and I are both in the same place this holiday-- missing people we love. Thank you for this post. It made me smile.

Wishing you and your Lion and family a wonderful holiday. I'll be thinking of you and sending big hugs.

xoxo jj

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