Saturday, December 22, 2012

A little light goes a long way

Happy Holy Holidays to each one of you! In the heavens are hearts are so touched by your outpouring of light, for just as the Christmas story goes, you are the ones bringing light into the darkness. You are the ones bringing hope to a world in need. You are the ones bringing simple reverence to situations, knowing that God lives in all the places and faces you see here upon the earth.

The recent events in your news remind you that there is such a great need for love upon your earth. When you bring this love into the darkened spaces, much like a pure child brought his light into a very dark time upon the earth, miraculous transformation and healing become possible. And while you can't reach out to every wounded soul, you can smile at a stranger, hold out a hand to assist someone, perhaps even practice a bit more tolerance and compassion there in your family holiday gatherings. You can, in your dash to get the last minute presents, remember not to lose your loving presence. In your desire to share with family and friends, don't forget to share of your own hearts. For it is and always will be the gifts of love that matter the most, and the gifts of your presence that create the greatest ripples in the sea of human consciousness.

A tiny baby born in a cold dark stable brought a love that rippled out into the world. A tiny bit of oil in a lamp burned miraculously for days. You too dear ones, can be the miraculous lights in the world, shining your love into the darker spaces, into the pains within your own heart, into the painful parts of those in need… not only at this beautiful time of year, but always. Give birth to the light within. Let it shine ever so brightly. You are, each and every one of you, a precious gift to humanity and a blessing in our eyes.

Happy Holidays dear ones. Sit with us and open your hearts to receive the gift of our love. Our wish for you is that the light of God that we, the angels feel each and every day, rise up within you and bless you now and throughout the year.

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