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Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Sharing The Holidays With You
The date is unknown and all the exact places no longer exist. An era where men and women lived mostly in caves. They were grouped together as clans or tribes, yet some remained to live apart and alone. As they learned more and more about their surroundings and became more familiar with the changing of each season, when food was abundant and sometimes scarce. Still yet, I'm sure they must have visited each other during those special times.
If distant travel became a necessity, I envision this may have been how they got it done. Fortunately for the others, the only delay in reaching their destination on time had not been discovered or invented yet. Things like locating the nearest and cheapest gas stations.
Today, as you know things are quite different. We have calendars, Macys department stores, television, online shopping and each other to remind us of the Holiday Seasons. Although, we could walk, run, drive, float, and of course fly to destinations today, the real problem we face is that with all these modern luxuries, traveling during the holidays can still become quite difficult, costly and extremely stressful.
But, there is a possible solution, for soon and very soon, none of the above forementioned Holiday headache issues will matter. There will be no more issues of stressful traveling, gift selections, excuses or worrying whether or not we can observe this or that Holiday and will it conflict with our personal lives or different religious beliefs. There and only there, at that place and time, it is said that...
"Everyday will be a Holiday"
Until then, where ever you are in the world, from me and mine, to you and yours.....
Have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season.
* Portions reposted from an archieve post titled, "I'll Be There".
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Clarence-that was a fun post, very fanciful. Wishing you a happy, stress-free holiday with family and friends. Personally, I try to live every day like a holiday, even now and down here.ReplyDelete
I haven't celebrated this over commercialized season that has lost it's meaning by purchasing gifts and going into debt for decades. I celebrate Winter Solstice with my friends, who have varying beliefs, but who choose to be together to celebrate the shortest day and longest night of the year with love and goodwill. My your winter season holiday be merry and bright and my your new year be peaceful.ReplyDelete
Hello and thank you timethief for your visit and comments. I feel you on this one, regard the commercializing of this and other Holidays. things have and continue to get out of touch with purpose. Either way, I'd like to learn more about "Winter Solstice".ReplyDelete
I like your thought that "everyday will be a holiday." Each of us should savor life's moments on a daily basis, to be sure. Still, there is something to be said for family traditions, traveling to the homes of loved ones and friends and sharing the special seasons. Traditions may be one of the few things in life that continue to bod families together, especially as they are passed on generation by generation.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the warm thoughts, and Happy Holidays!