On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home
On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

 

 On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

 

Its Christmas day. Family has gathered together. We have exchanged gifts. We have created memories. It’s the one time of the year when all bad roads can be forgotten or forgiven. Because on Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home.

 

 

“Blessed is the season which engages the entire world in a conspiracy of love.”

― Hamilton Wright Mabie

 

 

Christmas is a time of family. We gather possibly only once a year and exchange memories, there’s always that one Aunt who pinches your cheek even though you’re too old for that. But you let it slide because it’s Christmas.

 

Christmas is a time for Love. Love of family is the greatest bond known to man. We can test it, even wound it. But it always survives. Because there is no greater Love for a person than the Love, they have in their heart for another.

 

Christmas is a time to be safe. As we grow, we venture into the world to make our mark. Sometimes that mark leaves scars. Sometimes deep scars. Coming Home for Christmas is our sanctuary. Possibly we visit so it can remind us of times past that we associate with joy to help us heal.

On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

Coming home for Christmas is a way to come back into the fold again.

 

Coming home for Christmas is a way to come back into the fold again. Knowing we always have a place to return to where those who care for us are and allow us to stay connected or to allow us to reconnect.

 

Coming home for Christmas adds to the healthy moments we keep locked in our minds that we can draw from when we feel isolated or disconnected with family.

 

 

“Christmas is the keeping-place for memories of our innocence.”

― Joan Mills

 

 

 Coming home for Christmas is for friends. That warm connection with those who are closest to us. Close enough that we call them friend. A time to catch up and remember why you are friends.

On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

Coming home for Christmas is not about the tree or the presents.

Coming home for Christmas is not about the tree or the presents.

 

“Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall”

― Larry Wilde

 

Coming home for Christmas is about sharing. Sharing memories. Sharing Love. Sharing moments.

Coming home for Christmas is about caring. Caring about each other. Caring how they are doing. Caring how they show up in the moment.

On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

Coming home for Christmas is about sharing.

Coming home for Christmas is about giving giving of ourselves to another. Sharing our strength if they need. Sharing their burdens if needed. Sharing the Love you have for them when they need it the most.

And last, coming home for Christmas is about receiving. Receiving the Love given you by others. Receiving the blessing of being family. Receiving the gift of the Spirit of Christmas.

On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

Coming home for Christmas is about giving giving of ourselves to another

As we greet each other and share the moment with each other, lets remember that Christmas is about family and home.  Home can be wherever you are, so don’t think you need to travel many miles to return there.

 

Therefore I say On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home.

On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

On Christmas Day All Roads Lead Home

 

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