I just wanted to take a moment to wish all of you . . and yours, peace and blessings at Christmas.    Perhaps you will enjoy a sunny day, a wonderful meal shared with family or friends, a lighted candle on the table or some seed and crumbs tossed to the birds.  However you spend your day I believe you share with me this path of peace and simplicity no matter what goes on around us. 

I wish you and yours the peace of the season, thoughts on the nativity and all the blessings this time of year signifies. 

Peace and Blessings to all this day and this night, at Christmas tide. 

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